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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

CONTINGENCY PLAN 

FOR SPILLS 

OF OIL 

AND OTHER 

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



Ministry of the Environment 

First Published 1975 

Updated September 1986 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO CONTINGENCY PLAN 



FOR SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS 



MATERIALS 



SEPTEMBER 1986 UPDATE 



This update consists of a reprinting of the entire 
manual. If you have an earlier copy, please 
dispose of it and place this one in its binder. 

If you wish to receive future updates, please fill 
in and mail the order form on the first page inside 
the front cover. 

If you have any questions regarding this 
contingency plan please contact: 



The Contingency Planning Program 

Spills Action Centre 

Ministry of the Environment 

7 Overlea Blvd., 5th Floor 

Toronto, Ontario 

M4H 1A8 



Telephone: (416) 965-9648 



September, 1986 



TO THE HOLDER 

This manual maintains its value only if 
it is up-to-date. If you wish to remain on 
the mailing list for future updates, please 
provide the information requested in the spaces 
below and mail it in to the Spills Action Centre. 

To mail in, take out this page and fold it 
at the dotted lines on the back and affix 
sufficient postage 



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Supplement I entitled, "Information on 
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and Clean-up Equipment," 
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Summary in French of the Province of Ontario 
Contingency Plan for Spills and Oil and Other 



Hazardous Materials. 



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LETTER OF PROCLAMATION 



The Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and Other 
Hazardous Materials is designed to deal with major pollutional spills in 
Ontario, and serves to supplement the Joint Canada-United States Marine 
Pollution Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and Other Noxious Substances 
and the National Marine Emergency Plan. 

Notwithstanding other considerations as outlined in the Plan, the 
Provincial Plan will be implemented 1.) where a spill incident is of a 
magnitude beyond the response capability of the party responsible for, or 
having precipitated the incident, or when the responsible party fails to 
respond to the spill incident, 2.) in certain cases where the source of 
a major spill cannot be established readily, or 3.) upon request for 
assistance. This Plan will be implemented by the Ontario Ministry of the 
Environment with assistance provided as necessary by other Provincial or 
Federal agencies. 



This Plan has been accepted and approved by 



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Deputy Minister 
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Deputy Minister 
Ministry of Consumer 
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Deputy Minister 
Ministry of Transportation 
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Regional Director 
Department of Transport 




Regional Director General 
Department of the Environment 



Deputy Minister 
Ministry of the Solicitor Genera! 



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DATED AT TORONTO: April 26, 1978 



September, 1986 



QUICK GUIDE 



EMERGENCY 



CONTACT 



involving death or injury 



* nearest police, fire and 
ambulance services 



involving fire 

requiring the evacuation of 
people 

involving or requiring the 
disposal of explosives 



* nearest fire department 

* nearest municipal or provincial 
police force 

* nearest municipal police force 

* nearest OPP Detachment, List 8, 
Annex III 



incidents involving occupational 
health and safety matters 

involving goods regulated under 
the Transportation of Dangerous 
Goods Act 



involving a discharge of large 
amounts of contaminants to the 
atmosphere 



involving a discharge of 
pollutants from ships 

- involving pesticides 



MOL, List 6, Annex III 

nearest police force 

- CANUTEC - (613) 996-6666 
"""" (24 hrs. ) 
Canadian Transport Emergency 
Centre, List 14, Annex III 

* nearest fire department 

Local Health Units, List 7, 
Annex III 

- MOL, List 6, Annex III 

- MOE contacts, Annex I 



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Canadian Coast Guard, List 3, 
Annex III 

Local Health Units, List 7 
Annex III 

MOE contacts , Annex I 

- MOE Pesticides Officers, List 1, 
Annex III 



Telephone Operator can assist. 



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Quick Guide (cont'd) 



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involving spills of contaminants 
to the environment 

satisfying MOE's spill reporting 
requirements 

requiring notification of water 
works with surface water 
intakes 

and 

requiring clearance for the 
disposal of spill debris 



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requiring clean-up contractors 
and related services 



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MOE Spill Action Centre 
1-800-268-6060 (24 hrs.) 



or 



MOE District Offices, Annex I 



- List 17, Annex III 

yellow pages of most community 
directories under: 
"Contractors", "Excavating 
Contractors", "Septic Tanks", 
"Transport Services" 



- Oil Spill Co-Operatives , 
List 16, Annex III 



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CONTENTS 



LETTER OF PROCLAMATION 



September, 1986 



INTENT 

Background 

Purpose and Limitation 

Objective 

Scope 

Definitions 

POLICY AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Policy 
Responsibilities of 

Participating Agencies 
Mechanism for Invoking the Plan 
Responsibility of the Pollutor 
Request for Assistance 
Mystery Spills 

RESPONSE ELEMENTS 

Response Teams 

On-Scene Coordinator 

Deputy On-Scene Coordinator 

Response Centre 

District Contingency Plans 

RESPONSE OPERATIONS 

Phase I - Discovery and Alarm 
Phase II - Evaluation and 

Plan Invocation 
Phase III - Containment and 
Countermeasures 
Phase IV - Clean-up and Disposal 

PUBLIC INFORMATION 



CHAPTER 100 

Section 101 
Section 102 
Section 103 
Section 104 
Section 105 

CHAPTER 200 

Section 201 

Section 202 
Section 203 
Section 204 
Section 205 
Section 206 

CHAPTER 300 

Section 301 
Section 302 
Section 303 
Section 304 
Section 305 

CHAPTER 400 

Section 401 

Section 402 

Section 403 
Section 404 

CHAPTER 500 



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Introduction 

Response Centre News Room 
Interim Public Information 
Arrangements 



Section 501 
Section 502 

Section 503 



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IV 



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CONTENTS (Continued) 



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SURVEILLANCE 

Operation Requirements 

ADMINISTRATION 

Custodian 
Amendments 

Ministry of the Environment Contacts 

Response Teams 

Information Flow and Contact Lists 

Chemical Oil Spill Treating Agents 



Role of the Ministry of the Environment in 
Emergencies and Spills 

Planning for Spill Contingencies 



CHAPTER 600 

Section 601 

CHAPTER 700 

Section 701 
Section 702 



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ANNEX I 


ANNEX II 


ANNEX III 


ANNEX IV 


ANNEX V 


ANNEX VI 



Other Publications Supplementing This Plan: 

1 . Supplement I , Information on Commercially 
Available Oil Spill Containment and 
Clean-up Equipment: 



Additional Training Aids Available: 

1. Public Relations at the Spill Scene (Publication and 30 min. video tape) 

2. Contingency Planning Guidelines (Publication and 30 min. video tape 

and 16 mm film) 



3. Safety at the Spill Scene 



(Publication and 60 min. video tape 
and 16 mm film) 



4. Containment in a Creek (25 min video tape) 

5. Operation Bay Run; Training Exercise 



in the Hamilton harbour 

6- Truth and Consequences: 

Imperial Oil Training Film 



( 16 mm film) 



( 16 mm film) 



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CONTENTS (Continued) 



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Additional Training Aids Available; (Continued) 
7. Response to Inland Oil Spills 



8. Boom Deployment 



9. "Caution: Dangerous Goods' 



10. "First on the Scene"; Chemical 

Manufacturers Assoc Washington DC 



(Text addresses clean-up methods, 
incorporating case histories of 
common oil spills to land and small 
streams* ) 

(20 min. video tape and 16 nun film 
highlighting techniques on boom 
deployment) 

(Ontario Provincial Police Training 
Film - 13 min video tape) 

(32 min video tape) 



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CHAPTER 100 
INTENT 



101 BACKGROUND 

101.1 The threat of spills of oil and other deleterious materials to 
the environment requires positive coordinated action for alerting and 
countermeasure procedures. This need was recognized as early as 1968 and 
1969 and led to the development of the Lake Erie Contingency Plan for 
Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials which was published by the 
Ontario Water Resources Commission in July, 1970. In May 1971, the 
Commission published the Interim Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for 
Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials. 

101.2 The Plan developed in this manual has been accepted and approved 
by: 

Ministry of the Environment (Ontario) 

Ministry of Natural Resources (Ontario) 
Ministry of Transportation 

and Communications (Ontario) 

Ministry of Health (Ontario) 
Ministry of the 

Solicitor General (Ontario) 

Ministry of Labour (Ontario) 
Ministry of Consumer 

and Commercial. Relations (Ontario) 

Department of Transport (Canada) 

Department of the Environment (Canada) 

and supersedes the Lake Erie and the Interim Plans , named in paragraph 101.1, 
and fulfills the requirements of the Order- in-Council first issued as O/C 
1487 in 1975. This Order- in-Council requires the Ministry of the Environment 
to coordinate the resources of the Province for spills. 

101.3 The development of this Plan is consistent with the intent of 
the Lake Erie and the Interim Plans in that it provides a response framework 
for major pollutional spills which may occur to any land mass or body of 
water in Ontario. 



102 PURPOSE AND LIMITATION 

102.1 The Ministry of the Environment is responsible for achieving and 
maintaining a quality of the environment that will protect human health and 
the ecosystem, and will contribute to the well-being of the people of 
Ontario. To achieve these objectives, the Ministry of the Environment 
operates, as a regulatory body, numerous surveillance and abatement programs 
designed to maintain acceptable standards . 



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With respect to pollutants which are spilled into the environment, the 
responsibility for the containment and clean-up remains with the discharger. 
The Ministry's role is to assure that the discharger responds promptly, and 
complies with requirements for clean-up, disposal, and repair of damage to 
the environment. Municipal entities may also be involved in the response to 
spills if there is need for the protection of public safety, property, vital 
services and sensitive areas. 

The responsibility of the Ministry of the Environment, with respect to 
spill contingencies, is summarized as follows: 

1.) - to receive notification and information, with 
respect to spills of pollutants to the natural 
environment, and to assist in warning "downstream" 
users or potentially affected parties where 
applicable. 

2.) - to inspect and monitor spill incidents in order to: 

(a) ensure that the discharger takes 
appropriate measures to clean up, 

(b) give advice and make recommendations 
as to the best practicable clean-up 
and disposal measures to be followed, 

(c) where applicable, make recommendations 
with respect to procedures or equipment 
for spill prevention. 

3 . ) - to assist the person or persons in command of an 
emergency dealing with a threat to the health and 
welfare of people and to property, as defined in 
the Emergency Plans Act, which may be caused by a 
discharge, or potential discharge, to the environment 
by providing available monitoring capability and 
advice within the Ministry's expertise and resources. 

The municipality may respond to a spill as provided for under Section 88 
of the Environmental Protection Act. In the event that the discharger nor 
the municipality respond, the Ministry of the Environment may assume 
operational control as a last resort. This would occur in the event that the 
discharger fails to respond, requests assistance or the identity of the 
discharger cannot be established and there is a significant environmental 
threat. In such event, the Ministry may resort to "directions" issued to 
staff or Ministry agents under Section 82 of the Environmental Protection 
Act, to "orders" issued to virtually anyone under Section 85 of the Act or to 
available resources of the Province ( Order- in-Council 1487/75) by invoking 
the "Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and Other 
Hazardous Materials". 

The Plan may be invoked under the conditions specified. The Plan is 
limited to dealing with the containment, clean-up and disposal of the spilled 
pollutants, and is superseded by any plans and procedures dealing with a 
threat to the health and welfare of people and to property. 



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102.2 This Plan does not provide a primary response mechanism for 
poliutional incidents on the Great Lakes System which occur through the 
activities associated with shipping. Such incidents fall under the 
jurisdiction of the Department of Transport which has developed the National 
Marine Emergency Plan. Neither does this Plan provide a primary response 
mechanism for spill incidents which threaten to cross the U.S. A. -Canadian 
boundary, for which Annex I of the Joint Canada-United States Marine 
Pollution Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and Other Noxious Substances was 
developed. The International Plan is administered on the Canadian side by 
the Department of Transport. 

102.3 The Department of Transport may make a request for Provincial 
assistance in support of the national and international marine plans through 
this Plan. Such requests may be made through the nearest Regional Director 
of the Operations Division, Ministry of the Environment, his designate, or in 
their absence, through the Chairman of the Regional Response Teams (see Annex 
II). 

102.4 Furthermore, this Plan is not designed to provide a primary 
response mechanism for spills of minor or moderate magnitude for which a 
response capability can be anticipated at the local or regional level, or for 
which the responsible party can be expected to respond. Under all 
conditions, and without regard to the spill magnitude, it is the 
responsibility of the polluter to effect countermeasures (see also paragraphs 
105.5, 105.6 and 105.7, and Section 204). 

102.5 Notwithstanding the above, the Ministry of the Environment may 
provide technical expertise relative to any spill where the need dictates 
such, or upon request (see Annex I for Ministry of the Environment 
Contacts) . 

102.6 The Ministry of the Environment may also provide physical 
assistance in combatting a spill of any magnitude under this Plan when 
requested to do so, with the express understanding that expenses incurred to 

.-— - , the Ministry as a result of such request, will be reimbursed by the party 
requesting the assistance (paragraph 205.1). 

102.7 Requests for assistance may be accepted verbally by the Ministry 
of the Environment, giving consideration to the urgency of the situation, and 
shall be confirmed in writing via telegram, Telex, registered letter or other 
direct means as soon as practical under the circumstances, signed by a person 
with authority to make the implied financial commitment (paragraph 205.1). 
Such confirmations must be addressed to the Regional Director, Operations 
Division, Ministry of the Environment? see Annex I for the Regional offices. 

102.8 The notification and alerting procedures developed in this Plan 
are applicable to all spills to the natural environment of gaseous, liquid or 
solid substances. 

102.9 It is essential that very close working relations be maintained 
with the Ontario ministries of Health and Labour in the event of gaseous 
releases and particularly where such releases cause or have the potential to 
cause death or serious injury to man. 



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102.10 Priorities for action involving human life and safety as well as 
property supersede this Plan. Restoration of property damaged by spilled 
material is to be made to the extent practicable within the concepts under 
Part IX of The Environmental Protection Act. Where the spill of oil or 
hazardous materials indicates the need to evacuate people, the decision for 
and the undertaking of an evacuation will normally be made by municipal 
authorities with technical input from a number of sources and will precede 
the invocation of this Plan. 

102.11 Accidental releases of radioactive materials from nuclear power 
stations affecting areas within the power station proper fall under the 
jurisdiction of Ontario Hydro. This agency has developed contingency plans 
for dealing with such eventualities. 

102.12 Accidental releases of radioactive material from nuclear power 
stations affecting areas beyond the power station proper fall under the 
Province of Ontario Nuclear Emergency Plan, developed by the Ministry of the 

Solicitor General. 



103 OBJECTIVE 

103.1 The objectives of this Plan are: 

(a) to develop appropriate preparedness measures and 
effective systems for reporting the occurrence 
of pollutional spill incidents within Ontario 

( see Annex I } . 

(b) to institute countermeasures in a major incident 
to neutralize and/or restrict the further spread 
of the pollutant thus minimizing, where applicable: 

~ hazard to animal and plant life 

— damage to property 

— disruption to water supply (domestic, 
industrial, agricultural, etc) 

(c) to provide expertise and countermeasure resources 
necessary for a response to minor or moderate spill 
incidents when so requested (see Section 102.6); 

(d) to provide information on the availability of 
resources and other vital contacts, countermeasure 
techniques, known environmentally sensitive areas, 
and information on other related topics in support 
of this as well as other contingency plans designed 
to minimize environmental damage from spills within 
Ontario (such details to be included in district 
contingency plans); 

(e) to supplement the Canadian Coast Guard Central 
Regional Marine Emergency Plan; 






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(f) to supplement the Joint Canada-United States 

Marine Pollution Contingency Plan for Spills of 
Oil and Other Noxious Substances and the National 
Marine Emergency Plan. 



104 SCOPE 

104.1 This Plan applies to all areas within the jurisdiction of the 
Province of Ontario. 

104.2 This Plan and its Annexes are applicable in whole or in part 
whenever and wherever a major spill as defined in paragraph 105.7 occurs, or 
where a request for assistance is received, as outlined in paragraphs 102.6 
and 102.7, and Section 205. 

104.3 This Plan is intended to organize the activities of the various 
government agencies which may be involved in the containment and clean-up 
phase of a spill incident. 

104.4 This Plan is a consolidation of established procedures and 
policies compiled for the purpose of dealing with major spills. The policies 
referred to in this publication serve as a guide for spills of any 
magnitude . 



105 DEFIHITIONS 

105.1 Pollutional spill incident or spill incident: A spill, or the 
imminent threat of a spill of oil or any other hazardous material of a 
magnitude or significance as to require a response to contain, stabilize, 
clean-up and dispose of the substance including any soil and/or debri3 
contaminated as a result of the particular spill in order to remove the 
threat to the environment, including the public health and welfare, or to 
minimize the adverse effects of same. 

105.2 Oil: Oil of any kind or in any form, including, but not limited 
to, petroleum or a "flammable liquid"*, fuel oil, vegetable or similar oils. 

105.3 Hazardous Materials: Any material, substance or product 
including all pesticides** which by itself, or in conjunction with other 
materials because of its proximity, presents a hazard to- or adversely affects 
man, any plant matter, animal or other living thing or has a potential to do 
so. 

10 5.4 Spill: Defined in Part IX of The Environmental Protection Act 
as a discharge, when used with reference to a pollutant, 

(i) into the natural environment, 

(ii) from a structure, vehicle or other container, and 



* defined in The Gasoline Handling Act, or any regulations made thereunder. 
** defined in The Pesticides Act, 1973, or any regulations made thereunder. 



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(iii) that is abnormal in quantity and quality 
in light of all circumstances of the 
discharge 

which causes the adverse effects, as listed in The Environmental Protection 
Act. For the purpose of this Plan, spills are referred to as minor, moderate 
or major and defined with regard to response capability and perceived impact 
as follows: 



105.5 Minor Spill: 
hazardous material : 



A minor spill is a spill incident of oil or other 



(a) of such magnitude in which the party responsible for 
the spill can, utilizing his own resources or 
resources available to him, undertake the necessary 
measures to control , contain and clean up the 
material spilled; and 

(b) of such a magnitude as to have no significant effects 
on fish and wildlife, plants, invertebrates or other 
living things; and 

(c) not likely to significantly affect or interfere with 
any private, municipal, industrial, institutional or 
other water supply; and 






(d) 



of such a nature as not to generate public concern. 



105.6 Moderate Spill: A moderate spill is a spill incident of oil or 
other hazardous material : 

(a) of such magnitude in which the resources under a 
local or co-operative contingency plan are required 
to effectively contain and clean up the material 
spilled; or 

(b) of a volume or type which is, or is likely to be, a 
significant hazard to fish or wildlife, plants, 
invertebrates or other living things over a confined 
area; or 

(c) of such a nature as to result, or likely to result, 
in adverse effects on, or interference with, any 
private, municipal, industrial, institutional or 
other water supply within the immediate vicinity 

of the spill site; or 

(d) of such a nature as to generate public concern in 
the vicinity of the spill incident. 



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105.7 Major Spill: a major spill is a spill incident of oil or other 
hazardous material : 

(a) requiring resources of the Province in addition to 
those available under a local contingency plan, or 
a spill which gets out of control when action is 
being taken under a local contingency plan; or 

(b) which adversely affects or interferes with or will 
adversely affect or interfere with private, municipal, 
industrial, institutional or other water supply systems 
beyond the immediate vicinity of the spill site; or 

(c) of such a nature as to present a hazard to human 
health; or 

(d) of such a nature as to have or most likely to have 
serious adverse effects on fish or wildlife , plants , 
invertebrates or other living things over a wide 
area; or 

(e) of such a nature as to generate or likely to generate 
considerable public concern. 

105.8 Dispersant: A dispersant includes any substance used during an 
oil spill clean-up operation for the purpose of dispersing oil into the water 
column, whether or not this substance was specifically formulated or 
otherwise intended to comply with Federal approval requirements . See also 
paragraph 201.7 and Annex IV. 



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CHAPTER 200 

POLICY AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

201 POLICY 

20 1.1 It is recognized that good communications between the 
participating agencies and between other Provincial, Federal or Muncipal 
agencies or governments are vital to the successful implementation of this 
Plan. 

201.2 The Ontario Ministry of the Environment will co-operate as fully 
as possible and practical to respond expeditiously to a spill incident of 
major proportions or to a spill incident of less magnitude where requested to 
do so. Action taken by the Ministry of the Environment pursuant to this Plan 
will be consistent with the Ministry's responsibility under the statutes it 
administers. When other Provincial or Federal agencies participate in the 
response to a pollution incident under this Plan, such activity will also be 
consistent with the responsibilities of these agencies. 

201.3 When this Plan ia activated in whole or in part during a major 
spill, or when assistance is requested in the event of a minor or a moderate 
spill, costs incurred by participating agencies through activities in 
addition to the normal activities of these agencies, which were specifically 
so requested by the Ministry of the Environment, will be reimbursed by the 
Ministry of the Environment. The Ministry of the Environment will in turn 
seek reimbursement from the party responsible for the pollution incident 
through direct billing or with the aid of civil or criminal legal action as 
the circumstances dictate. 

201.4 When the response capability provided through this Plan is 
requested or required in support of or as supplement to the Canadian Coast 
Guard, Central Region, Marine Contingency Plan or the Joint Canada-United 
States Marine Pollution Contingency Plan, the expenditures incurred thus by 

the participating agencies of this Plan will be reimbursed in accordance with r~~ 
the procedures established in the aforementioned plans. \ 

20 1.5 When this Plan is activated in whole or in part during a major 
spill incident or when assistance is requested in the event of a minor or 
moderate spill, the Ministry of the Environment may issue appropriate news 
releases and prepare reports of the incident, and make these available to 
interested parties . 

20 1.6 In a response situation which falls within the scope of this 
Plan, the participating agencies agree to make available at the request of 
the On-Scene Coordinator any resources they may have which could be used 
beneficially for an effective operation as dictated by the circumstances of 
the pollution incident. In addition, the participating agencies agree to 
make available the necessary resources which may be available from the 
private sector where the participating agencies may have access to these 
resources through contractual arrangements. 



201.7 In response actions to oil spills, the use of dispersants is 
generally discouraged (see Annex IV) except when their use will: 

(a) prevent or substantially reduce the hazard to 
human life or limb, or the incident is an un- 

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acceptable hazard of fire to property. These 
priorities are determined by other authorities 
and supersede this Plan. 

(b) in the judgment of the On-Scene Coordinator named 
in this Plan: 

i) prevent or reduce a threat to a major population 
segment of a vulnerable species of waterfowl, 
and 

ii ) appear to be the most effective means by which 
to reduce the total impact of an oil spill 
with due consideration for effectiveness and 
other stipulations addressed in Annex IV. 

201.8 The policy with regards to the use of sinking agents, surface 
tension modifiers and chemical oil spill treating agents including 
dispersants is delineated in Annex IV. 

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202 RESPONSIBILITIES OP PARTICIPATING AGENCIES 

202.1 The Ministry of the Environment through The Ontario Water 
Resources Act, The Environmental Protection Act and The Pesticides Act is 
responsible for the protection of the natural environment in Ontario. In the 
event that this Plan is implemented, the Operations Division of this 
Ministry will provide the On-Scene Coordinator as well as the deputy, 
alternates, technical expertise and an emergency centre, as required. The 
Ministry will notify as appropriate other agencies, or groups, as outlined in 
the index of Annex III of any significant spill. 

202.2 The Ministry of Natural Resources is responsible for fish and 
wildlife and recreational resources and other exploitable natural resources 
in Ontario. The Ministry will provide the necessary technical expertise in 
the management of natural resources and its surveillance, transportation and 
communications capability under this Plan. The Petroleum Resources Section 
of the Ministry of Natural Resources will be able to provide assistance in 
both surface and sub-surface spills relating to these activities. 

202.3 The Ministry of Transportation and Communications through its 
Maintenance Branch will provide or make available heavy equipment and 
material if available as may be required for effective containment and 
countermeasures activities. 

202.4 The Ministry of Health is responsible for the health of the 
general public and, if the spill incident necessitates, will provide 
co-ordination with local health agencies. 

202.5 The Ministry of Labour will provide medical advice as may be 
required by the circumstances of the spill. 

— 202.6 The Ministry of the Solicitor General through the Ontario 

Provincial Police will provide assistance in police matters such as securing 
the site of operations within their area of jurisdiction, and if requested, 
provide the necessary liaison with municipal police forces as applicable. 

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202.7 The Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations, through its 
Fuels Safety Branch, agrees to provide necessary expertise and assistance in 
incidents involving gasoline or associated petroleum products where equipment 
failure or unsafe procedures are indicated. 

202.8 The Department of Transport, through its Central Region Marine 
Emergency Office, within the jurisdiction of the Canada Shipping Act, and the 
Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act and the several regulations made 

thereunder , is responsible for : 

1 . taking direct and positive action to react 
to spills of oil or other hazardous material 
relating to marine activities occurring in 
the navigable waters of Ontario; 

2 . preparing for and reacting to all other marine 
emergencies as may be anticipated within the 
navigable waters of Ontario; 

3. maintaining a support capability with equipment, 
manpower and expertise to assist with such other 
waterborne spills of oil and other hazardous 
material as may be requested by other organizations. 

202.9 The Environmental Contaminants Division of Environment Canada, 
Ontario Region will respond to environmental emergencies and coordinate the 
available expertise and resources for the Department of the Environment 
when: 

1 . assistance is requested; 

2. the spill originates from federal facilities 
and/or other facilities which fall under 
federal jurisdiction; 

3. the pollutant crosses or threatens to cross 
international and/or interprovincial boundaries; 

4 . chemical treating agents are to be considered 
(Annex IV) . 

The Department will commit resources during emergency situations by 
providing: 

1 . up-to-date information on countermeasure 
techniques , recovery equipment , and chemical 
treating agents ; 

2. observation craft and surveillance crews; 

3- expertise on migratory birds; 

4. meteorological and ice data including 
predictions and weather forecasting; 

5 • communications assistance through 
existing facilities; 

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203 MECHANISM FOR INVOKING THE PLAN 

203.1 The Plan may be invoked by the Regional Director of the 
Operations Division of the Ministry of the Environment (of the region in 
which the spill occurred) or his designate, upon recommendation from the 
On-Scene Coordinator, or as per paragraph 402.1, provided that such 
invocation does not interfere with the jurisdictional authority of other 
government departments or other levels of government . 

203.2 The party with the authority to invoke this plan (see paragraphs 
203.1 and 402.1) will proclaim the Plan in effect and will notify by 
telephone, telegram, Telex or other direct means the members of the Response 
Team closest to the site of the incident (see Chapter 300 and Annex II), and 
as soon as possible shall confirm his actions to the On-Scene Coordinator. 
The notification to the Response Team members mast include all information 
available at that time, together with an opinion of the need for on-site 
representation by the entity being advised. 

203.3 If the Plan has been invoked by the Regional Director of the 
Operations Division or his designate (see paragraph 203.), the Spills Action 
Centre (see Annex I) must also be advised. 

204 RESPONSIBILITY OF THE POLLUTER 

204.1 The discharger is required to report spills to the Ministry of 
the Environment (see Annex I) and is responsible for the timely containment, 
clean-up and disposal of spilled contaminants in an approved manner. The 
discharger is also responsible to ameliorate the adverse effects of a spill 
and to restore the natural environment. For specific requirements, refer to 
Section 14 and Part IX of the Environmental Protection Act and Ontario 
Regulation 618/85, as well as Section 16 of the Ontario Water Resources Act 
and Section 22 of the Pesticides Act. Notification to the Ministry of the 
Environment does not relieve the party of notification requirements to other 
agencies or parties under other notification requirements. 



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205 REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE 

205.1 Requests for assistance as mentioned in Section 102 may be made 
through the nearest Regional Director of the regional offices listed in 
Annexes I and II or, alternately, through the nearest On-Scene Coordinator 
listed in Annex II. Such requests may be made through the Ministry's Spill 
Action Centre (see Annex I). As stated in paragraph 102.7 such requests must 
be confirmed in writing. 

206 MYSTERY SPILLS 

206.1 Occasionally, the Ministry of the Environment becomes involved 
in a spill incident for which a source cannot be readily established; a spill 
commonly referred to as a mystery spill. Where and when such an incident 
presents a significant environmental hazard, the Ministry will attempt to 
establish the source and may effect the necessary countermeasure operation 
with the full intent of recovering the expenses thus incurred once the source 
has been established. 



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CHAPTER 300 
RESPONSE ELEMENTS 



301 RESPONSE TEAMS 

30 1.1 The Plan calls for the establishment of twenty-five Response 
Teams throughout Ontario (see Annex II). 

301.2 A Response Team provides the administrative structure necessary 
for an orderly response to a major spill incident in the area implied by the 
name of the team and the area in close proximity thereto. 

30 1.3 Response teams under this Plan consist of representatives of the 
participating agencies (see Section 202) at the local level who may 
contribute to the countermeasures operations of a spill included in the four 
phases outlined in Chapter 400 of this Plan. 

301.4 The general functions of a Response Team are: 

(a) to maintain an updated vital equipment and 
services directory, which includes an updated 
contact list, covering the particular geo- 
graphic area for which the team is responsible. 
This directory should include information from 
the government and private sectors; 

(b) to develop procedures for promoting a coordinated 
response by all agencies to pollution incidents; 

(c) to take whatever action that is necessary to 
improve the state of preparedness of the team 
between pollution incidents; 

(d) to forward to the respective authorities relevant 
reports and recommendations including On-Scene 
Coordinators post-incident reports, Response Team 
debriefing reports and recommendations concerning 
amendments to the Plan or its Annexes; 

(e) to provide an effective communications link during 
a major spill incident with the party responsible 
for the incident (if known) through the On-Scene 
Coordinator or his Deputy, the party or parties 
retained to contain and clean up the spill, and 
the government or regulatory agencies which have 

a vital interest in the particular spill incident; 

(f) to provide the necessary support staff for the 
proper function of a Response Centre and for the 
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to ensure that all necessary information is made 
available to the On-Scene Coordinator during a 
major spill incident, and to provide advice and 
assistance, so that the most effective course of 
action can be formulated for combatting such spills; 

to record costs incurred in combatting a spill if 
so requested by the On-Scene Coordinator. 

301.5 Some measures of response functions will be performed each time 
the Plan is invoked. The degree of response will be subject to the demands 
of each particular situation. The specific responsibility of the Response 
Team and the relation of the Team to the On-Scene Coordinator during a spill 
incident are based on the following: 

monitor incoming reports and evaluate the possible 
impact of reported pollution incidents . To be at 
all times fully aware of the proposed actions of 
the On-Scene Coordinator; 

coordinate the actions of the various agencies in 
supplying the necessary resources and assistance 
to the On-Scene Coordinator. Assistance will 
normally be obtained through the appropriate 
member of the Response Team; 

(c) provide advice as required to the On-Scene Coordinator. 
The Response Team does not have operational control 
over the On-Scene Coordinator; 

(d) may arrange the deployment of personnel to monitor 
the handling of the spill; 

(e) recruit other agencies, industrial groups or 
scientific groups to play their appropriate parts 
in support of the operation when required with the 
prior concurrence of the On-Scene Coordinator; 

(f) coordinate the preparation and periodic reporting 
on the status of the pollution incident to the 
respective government agencies . 

301.6 The Custodian of this Plan will act as chairman of the Response 
Teams in Ontario. 

301.7 The chairman or the On-Scene Coordinator of the Teams will make 
provision for periodic meetings of the Teams, and will arrange for the 
conducting of exercises relating to this Plan as appropriate. 



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302 ON-SCBNE COORDINATOR 

302.1 The coordination and direction of the pollution control efforts 
on the scene of a pollution incident will be achieved through an official 
appointed by the Ministry of the Environment as the On-Scene Coordinator 
(OSC) . Predesignated On-Scene Coordinators are listed in Annex II of the 
Plan. In the event of a major spill, his responsibility will continue until 
the threat of the pollution incident has been dealt with satisfactorily, or, 
in a situation where a pollution incident escalates to such proportions 
necessitating the invocation of a contingency plan of higher order, he is 
relieved of his responsibilities upon invocation of such a plan. 

302.2 In the event of a major pollution incident, the first official 
of the Response Team arriving at the site shall assume coordination of 
activities of the Plan until the predesignated On-Scene Coordinator or his 
deputy becomes available to take charge of the operation. 

302.3 The On-Scene Coordinator shall determine the pertinent facts 
about a particular pollution incident, including the nature, amount and 
location of material spilled, probable direction and time of travel of the 
material (if applicable), resources available and required, and the 
installations and property which have been or may be affected. 

302.4 The On-Scene Coordinator shall initiate and direct, as required, 
Phase II and III as described in Sections 402 and 403. 

302.5 The On-Scene Coordinator shall call upon and direct the 
deployment of available resources to initiate and continue containment, 
counter-measures, clean-up and disposal functions. 

302.6 In carrying out this Plan, the On-Scene Coordinator is to 
maintain an up-to-date and accurate information flow to the Response Team to 
ensure maximum effectiveness of the effort in protecting the natural 
resources and environment from pollution damage. It is understood that the 
necessary direct liaison between personnel at all levels in the participating 
agencies, the responsible party and the affected or potentially affected 
parties is essential for the successful and efficient completion of the 
operation. 

30 2.7 The On-Scene Coordinator will arrange for the recording of costs 
incurred. This responsibility may be assigned to the Response Team. 

302.8 The On-Scene Coordinator shall establish the priorities for 
protection on the basis of available approved plans or advice supplied by the 
Ministries having resource responsibilities. 

302.9 Upon request from the Response Team, the On-Scene Coordinator 
will submit to the Team such reports and recommendations as the Team may deem 
to be necessary.. 

302-10 The On-Scene Coordinator of the Response Team nearest the 
location of a pollution, incident of such a nature for which the Joint 
Canada-United States Marine Pollution Contingency Plan may be invoked, will 
be requested to serve as the focal point in providing assistance to the Joint 
Response Team under the International Plan. The Canadian Coast Guard's 
Marine Contingency Plan may have a similar requirement. (See paragraphs 
102 .2 and 102.3) . 

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303 DEPUTY ON- SCENE COORDINATOR 

30 3.1 The Deputy On-Scene Coordinator is furnished as a pre-designated 
alternate to the On-Scene Coordinator, and, if the situation warrants or 
dictates, has the same responsibility and authority as the On-Scene 
Coordinator when the latter is not available. 

303.2 Where the pollution incident dictates, the Deputy On-Scene 
coordinator may be called upon to assist the On-Scene Coordinator. 

304 RESPONSE CENTRE 

304.1 When this Plan is activated, the Operations Division of the 
Ontario Ministry of the Environment will provide suitably functional 
facilities which will serve as the Response Centre, as considered necessary. 

304.2 The Response Centre will be the operations quarters for the 
On-Scene Coordinator and the Response Team. 

304.3 The Response Centre will be equipped with communications 
hardware suitable for the operation. 

305 DISTRICT CONTINGENCY PLANS 

30 5.1 District Contingency Plans are to be developed by the On-Scene 
Coordinators and the Response Teams. These plans will contain detailed local 
contacts and will serve to supplement this Plan by containing information 
referred to in paragraph 301.4, including contact lists of agencies to be 
notified for various spill scenarios, water intakes which may be adversely 
affected by a major spill, and sites which may be considered for the disposal 
of spill-associated wastes. 

305-2 Further to paragraph 102.3, District Contingency Plans will also 
serve as the vehicle for notification and for the provision of assistance 
when the Province is requested to assist the Department of Transport under 
the national or international marine contingency plans • 

305.3 District contingency Plans are to be updated by April 1 each 
year. Updated material is to be distributed routinely, as per paragraph 
305.4. 

305.4 Distribution of District Contingency Plans is to be restricted 
to Response Team members and their respective agencies, public agencies 
listed in the District Contingency plans, and the custodian of this plan {see 
paragraph 701.1). 



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CHAPTER 400 
RESPONSE OPERATIONS 



400 RESPONSE OPERATIONS 

400.1 The actions which are taken to respond to a pollution incident 
separate into four relatively distinct phases. However, elements of a phase 
or an entire phase may take place concurrently with one or more phases. 

Phase I -- Discovery and Alarra 

Phase II — Evaluation and Plan Invocation 

Phase III — Containment and Countermeasures 

Phase IV — Clean-up and Disposal 

400.2 All members of a Response Team may not necessarily be involved 
in all phases of an incident. 

401 PHASE I — DISCOVERY AND ALARM 

401.1 The discovery of a pollution incident may be made through the 
planned surveillance activities, through the observations of agencies of the 
various levels of government, by those who caused the spill or by the 
alertness and concern of the general public. Reports of spills may be made 
through the contacts listed in Annex I . 

401.2 The severity of the spill, which in itself is conditioned by the 
nature and the quantity of the pollutant and the locality, will determine the 
level of response required and whether or not there is a need to invoke this 
Plan. 

401.3 The first agency having a responsibility under the Plan which is 
made aware of a pollution incident shall notify the appropriate designated 
On-Scene Coordinator immediately (see Annex II). If the pollution incident 
is of a nature which should be dealt with through the invocation of a 
contingency plan other than this Plan, the appropriate agency is to be 
notified as soon as possible as illustrated in Annex III. 



402 PHASE II — EVALUATION AND PLAN INVOCATION 

40 2.1 If it is the evaluation of the On-Scene Coordinator that the 
pollution incident is a major spill and that this Plan is to be invoked, he 
shall: 

(a) make a recommendation to his Regional Director, 
his designate or the Chairman of the Response 
Team to invoke the Plan; 

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(c) initiate Phase III and IV actions as appropriate. 

The Regional Director of the Operations Division, Ministry of the 
Environment, his designate or in their absence, the Chairman of the Regional 
Response Teams may invoke this Plan at this time (see Section 203 and Annex 
II). 

PHASE III — CONTAINMENT AND COUNTERMEASURES 

403.1 Containment is any measure, whether physical or chemical, which 
is taken to control or to restrict the spread of a pollutant. 

403.2 Counte measures embrace all activities which are implemented to 
reduce the impact and the effect of a pollutant on the environment. 

PHASE IV — CLEAN-UP AND DISPOSAL 

404.1 This phase of the operation is directed towards reducing the 
residual impact of a spill as much as possible. It will include the removal, 
where practicable, of a pollutant and contaminated debris from land, water 
and shoreline, as the case may be, using available resources. 

404.2 Pollutants which are recovered as a result of clean-up actions 
shall be disposed of in accordance with accepted procedures so as to preclude 
the possibility of further or continuing environmental damage. 

404.3 The Ministry of the Environment will determine the suitability 
of any disposal site which is being considered as receptor for any spilled 
pollutant, contaminated soil or other debris. No wastes from spills may be 
disposed of without prior MOE concurrence. 

404.4 The On-Scene Coordinator or his designate listed in Annex II is 
responsible for obtaining MOE clearance for the disposal of wastes associated 
with spills within the context of this Plan. 



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CHAPTER 500 
PUBLIC INFORMATION 



501 INTRODUCTION 

501.1 When a major spill incident occurs, the public must be provided 
with timely and accurate information on the nature of the incident and the 
steps which are being taken to cope with the problem. This policy is 
followed to obtain understanding from the public, to ensure cooperation from 
all interested and potentially affected parties and to reduce the possibility 
of any undue concern or alarm through misinformation. 



502 RESPONSE CENTRE NEWS ROOM 

502.1 When the plan is invoked, the Ministry of the Environment will 
make the appropriate arrangements to assign a professional public information 
officer who will establish and direct a News Office at the Response Centre. 

502.2 The participating agencies may be required to provide 
professional staff to assist the public information officer as designated in 
502.1. 

502.3 The public information officer shall maintain liaison with 
participating agencies, including other government press offices, the media 
and the concerned parties and industries • 

502.4 The public information officer shall report to the On-Scene 
Coordinator or his deputy. He shall be responsible for preparing news 
releases and for clearing those with the On-Scene Coordinator, his deputy or 
the Response Team as the case may be. 

502.5 The public information officer is responsible to keep the 
Response Team advised of his activities and is responsible to maintain an 
account of events in regard to public reaction. 

502.6 Pollution incident situation reports and other factual releases 
of action may be cleared by the On-Scene Coordinator or his deputy, but 
releases involving major policy considerations must be cleared unanimously by 
the Response Team. 

503 INTERIM PUBLIC INFORMATION ARRANGEMENTS 

50 3.1 In the period following a spill and before this Plan is invoked, 
the information activities shall be directed by the public information 
personnel of the Ministry of the Environment or public information 
personnel of participating agencies in accordance with the information 
policies of these agencies. 



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CHAPTER 600 
SURVEILLANCE 



601 OPERATION REQUIREMENTS 

601.1 Within the context of this Plan, the operational requirements 
for surveillance will depend on the circumstances surrounding each pollution 
incident. Evaluation factors will include the type and quantity of 
material, location, apparent direction and speed of movement, proximity to 
critical water use areas, and the availability of response resources. The 
decision to provide surveillance will be qualified by the type, extent and 
duration of the surveillance coverage needed, which will be re-evaluated as 
the situation progresses. 

601.2 The initial function of surveillance is to identify whether or 
not a pollution incident exists. In some situations this may be 
self-evident, and certain situations may be deemed to be a pollution incident 
before initial surveillance resources are available. The next function of 
surveillance activity is assessment of the actual threat. These functions 
provide the On-Scene Coordinator with information about the degree of further 
response activity which is rquired, including the need for additional 
surveillance. 

601.3 The degree and type of threat during any particular pollution 
incident will condition the method and type of surveillance which is required 
and whether it will be continuous or periodical . 



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CHAPTER 700 

ADMINIST RATION 



701 CUSTODIAN 

701.1 The Custodian of this Plan and Annexes and any amendments and 
supplementary publications thereto is the Contingency Planning Officer, 
Spills Action Centre, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, 
7 Overlea Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M4H 1A8 (416) 965-9648. 
Telecopier (416) 965-9628. 



702 AMENDMENTS 

702.1 The Plan may be amended by the Custodian at the request of or 
agreement by the participating agencies listed in paragraph 101.2. 



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ANNEX 1 

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT CONTACTS 

REPORTING SPILLS 

Spills must be reported to the Ministry of the Environment 
IMMEDIATELY . 

During normal business hours spills may be reported to the 
Regional or District Offices listed in this annex. 

Spills may be reported 24 hours every day to the: 

SPILLS ACTION CENTRE 1 -8 Q Q - 268-6 60 (Toll free) 

or: 416-965-9619 

Telecopier: 416-965-9628 

Address: Ministry of the Environment 
Spills Action Centre 
7 Overlea Blvd., 5th Floor 
TORONTO, Ontario 
M4H 1A8 

REGIONAL AND DISTRICT OFFICES 

Telephone 



Central Regional Office (4 16) 424-3000 

7 Overlea Blvd., 4th Floor 
TORONTO, Ontario 
M4H 1A8 

Toronto East, Toronto West (416)424-3000 

6 York-Durham District Offices 

7 Overlea Blvd., 4th Floor 
TORONTO, Ontario 

M4H 1A8 

Barrie District Office (705) 726-1730 
12 Fairview Road 
BARRIE, Ontario 
L4N 4P3 

Halton-Peel District Office (416) 844-5747 
1235 Trafalgar Road, Suite 40 1 
OAKVILLE, Ontario 
L6H 3P1 

Peterborough District Office (705) 743-2972 
139 George St. North 
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario 
K9J 3G6 

Muskoka-Haliburton (705) 687-3408 

District Office 
Highway 11, South 
Gravenhurst Plaza, 

General Delivery 
GRAVENHURST, Ontario 
P0C 1G0 

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MINISTRY rF THE ENVIRONHEOT COfTACTS 




Ontario 

Ministry of the Environment 

REGIONS AND OFFICES 
IN ONTARIO 



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OiMncl Olltce* • iaknia 

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West Central Regional Office 
119 King Street West 
12th Floor, P.O. Box 2112 
HAMILTON, Ontario 
L8N 3Z9 



September , 1986 
Telephone 
(416) 521-7640 



Hamilton-Wentworth and 

Haldimand-Nor folk/Brant 

District Offices 

119 King Street West 

9th Floor, P.O. Box 2112 

HAMILTON, Ontario 

L8N 3Z9 



(416) 521-7640 



Cambridge District Office 
400 Clyde Road 
P.O. Box 2 1 9 
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario 
N1R 5T8 



(519) 653-151 1 



Welland District Office 
637-641 Niagara St. North 
WELLAND, Ontario 
L3C 1L9 



(416) 384-9896 



Southeastern Regional Office 
133 Dalton Avenue 
P.O. Box 820 
KINGSTON, Ontario 
K7L 4X6 



(613) 549-4000 



Kingston District Office 
133 Dalton Avenue 
P.O. Box 820 
KINGSTON, Ontario 
K7L 4X6 



(613) 549-4000 



Belleville Sub-Office 
15 Victoria Avenue 
BELLEVILLE, Ontario 
K8N 1Z5 



(613) 962-9208 



Cornwall District Office 
205 Amelia Street 
CORNWALL, Ontario 
K6H 3P3 



(613) 933-7402 



Ottawa District Office 
2378 Holly Lane 
OTTAWA, Ontario 
K1V 7P1 

Pembroke Sub-Office 
1000 MacKay Street 
PEMBROKE, Ontario 
K8B 1A3 

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(613) 521-3450 



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(613) 732-3643 



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Southwestern Regional Office 
985 Adelaide Street South 
LONDON, Ontario 
N6E 1V3 



September, 1986 
Telephone 
( 519 ) 66 1-2200 



London North and (519) 661-2200 

London South District Offices 
985 Adelaide St. South 
LONDON, Ontario 
N6E 1V3 



Chatham Sub-Office 
c/o Ministry of 

Agriculture & Food 
435 Grand Avenue West 
P.O. Box 726 
CHATHAM, Ontario 
N7M 5L1 



(519) 354-2150 



Clinton Sub-Office 
c/o Ministry of 

Agriculture & Food 
P.O. Box 688 

CLINTON, Ontario 
N0M 1L0 



(519) 482-3428 



Owen Sound District Office 
1180-20th Street 
OWEN SOUND, Ontario 
N4K 6H6 



( 519 ) 371-290 1 



Sarnia District Office 
265 North Front Street 
Suite 109 
SARNIA, Ontario 
N7T 7X1 



(519) 336-4030 



Windsor District Office 
250 Windsor Ave., 6th Floor 
WINDSOR, Ontario 
N9A 6V9 



( 519 ) 254-2546 



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Northeastern Regional Office 
199 Larch Street, V1th Floor 

SUDBURY, Ontario 
P3E 5P9 



September , 1986 
Telephone 
(705) 675-4501 









Sudbury District Office 
199 Larch Street, 11th Floor 
SUDBURY, Ontario 
P3E 5P9 



(705) 675-4501 



North Bay District Office 
Northgate Plaza 
1500 Fisher Street 
NORTH BAY, Ontario 
P1B 2H3 



( 705) 476- 100 1 



Parry Sound Sub-Office 
74 Church Street 
PARRY SOUND, Ontario 
P2A 1Z1 



(705) 746-2139 



Sault Ste. Marie 
District Office 
445 Albert Street 
SAULT STE. MARIE, 
P6A 2J9 



(705) 949-4640 



East 
Ontario 



Timmins District Office 
83 Algonquin Blvd. West 
TIMMINS, Ontario 
P4N 2R4 



(705) 26S-3222 



Northwestern Regional Office 
435 James Street South 
3rd Floor, P.O. Box 5000 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario 
P7C 5G6 



(807) 475-1205 



Thunder Bay District Office 
435 James Street South 
3rd Floor, P.O. Box 5000 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario 
P7C 5G6 



(807 ) 475-13 15 



Kenora District Office 
8 08 Robertson Street 
P.O. Box 5 150 
KENORA, Ontario 
P9N 1X9 



(807) 463-5578 



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RESPONSE TEAMS 

Response Teams are established under this Contingency Plan for each 
District Office of the Ministry of the Environment. District contingency 
plans include an alerting mechanism to notify and request the assistance of 
local representatives of the participating agencies, as listed in paragraph 
101.2 of this Plan. 

The Response Teams can be activated for major spills by a call to the 
appropriate District or Regional Office of the Ministry of the Environment, 
listed in Annex I, or by contacting the appropriate on-3cene coordinator or 
deputy on-scene coordinator in this Annex. 

During off-hours the Response Teams can be activated by a call to: 

THE SPILLS ACTION CENTRE 1-800-268-6060 (TOLL FREE) 

or 416-965-9619 

Telecopier 416-965-9628 



Every effort was made to obtain office and public 24-hour telephone numbers 
for inclusion in this annex. For agencies without such numbers, this annex 
contains key staff contacts and their home telephone numbers. Individuals 
whose home numbers are listed are not generally compensated for making 
themselves available during off-hours. Please restrict the use of these 
private numbers to urgent matters. 



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RESPONSE TEAMS 




Regional Offices ■ HAMILTON 

District OIIkh • south* 

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Ontario 
Ministry oi the Environment 

REGIONS AND OFFICES 
IN ONTARIO 

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RESPONSE TEAMS 






Ministry of the Environment 



Operations Division 


Regional 


Response Teams 




Regional Structure 


Directors 


(District) 


Page 


I SOUTHWESTERN REGION 


Mr. D.A. McTavish 


London North 


II- 1 


985 Adelaide St. S. 


519-661-2200 (B) 


London South 


II-3 


London, Ontario 




Owen Sound 


II-5 


N6E 1V3 




Sarnia 


1 1-7 






Windsor 


II-9 



II WEST CENTRAL REGION 
119 King Street W. 
Hamilton, Ontario 
L8N 3Z9 



III CENTRAL REGION 

7 Overlea Boulevard 
Toronto, Ontario 
M4H 1A8 



Mr . B . Boyko 
416-521-7640 (B) 



Cambridge 
Haldimand Norfolk 



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IV SOUTHEASTERN REGION 
133 Dalton Avenue 
Kingston, Ontario 
K7L 4X6 

V NORTHEASTERN REGION 
199 Larch Street 
Sudbury, Ontario 
P3E 5P9 

VI NORTHWESTERN REGION 

435 James Street South 
Thunder Bay, Ontario 
P7C 5G6 



Mr. G. Mierzynski 
416-424-3000 (B) 



Mr. D. Guscott 
613-549-4000 (B) 



Mr- W.J. Gibson 
705-675-4501 (B) 



Mr. W.M. Vrooman 
807-475-1205 (B) 



/Brant 


II-13 


Hamilton-Wentworth 


II-15 


We Hand 


II-17 


Barrie 


II-19 


Halton-Peel 


11-21 


Muskoka-Haliburton 


II-23 


Peterborough 


II-25 


Toronto-East 


11-27 


Toronto-West 


11-29 


York-Durham 


II-31 


Cornwall 


II-33 


Kingston 


11-35 


Ottawa 


II- 3 7 


North Bay 


11-39 


Sault Ste. Marie 


11-42 


Sudbury 


II-44 


Timmins 


II-46 


Kenora 


II-49 


Thunder Bay 


II-51 






RESPONSE TEAMS' CHAIRMAN 



Mr. P.G. Belling 

Coordinator 

Contingency Planning Program 

Spills Action Centre 

7 Overlea Boulevard 

Toronto, Ontario 

M4H 1A8 



416-965-9648 (B) 



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LONDON NORTH DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Middlesex County Minus the City of London 
and Westminster" Township 
Oxford and Perth Counties 



Ministry of the Environment 

985 Adelaide Street South (519) 661-2200 (B) 

LONDON, Ontario N6E 1V3 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

John Manuel, District Officer 

Alternate; 

Doug Matheson 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

659 Exeter Road (519) 681-1441 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

LONDON, Ontario N6H 5A2 

R.E. Thompson (519) 471-9176 (H) 

Ed Louttit (519) 451-4112 (H) 

581 Huron Street (519) 271-3550 (B) 
STRATFORD, Ontario 

J.T. Kernaghan (519) 273-2893 (H) 

P.H. Scott (519) 273-2943 (H) or 



271-3550 in winter 



Ministry of Natural Resources 



335 Talbot Street West (519) 773-9241 (B) 

AYLMER, Ontario N5H 2S8 

D.G. Watton 

Don Clarke (519) 455-4925 (H) 

Gary Austin (519) 773-7329 (H) 

548 Queensway West (519) 426-7650 (B) 
SIMCOE, Ontario N3Y 4T2 

Malcolm McKenzie (519) 443-7037 (H) 

W. Edwards (519) 583-2903 (H) 

Willem Mol (519) 426-7571 (H) 

R.R. 5 (519) 357-3131 (B) 
WINGHAM, Ontario NOG 2W0 

Andy Houser (519) 291-3056 (H) 

Orville Crawford (519) 357-3626 (H) 

George Booth (519) 357-3364 (H) 



II-1 



September 1986 



LONDON NORTH DISTRICT TEAM 






Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

80 Dundas Street 

LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 

D, Aird 

W. Vizniowski 

J. Ingram 

Ministry of Labour 

Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 



(519) 679-7150 (B) 



(519) 686' 
(519) 432 
(519) 472' 



•5959 (H) 
-5386 (H) 
■8095 (H) 



(416) 965- 
(416) 965- 



8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Middlesex-London District Health Unit 

50 King Street 

LONDON, Ontario N6A 5L7 

Dr. J.D. Pudden 

Dr. Nancy Tuttle 

Oxford County Health Unit 
4 10 Buller Street 
WOODSTOCK, Ontario N4S 7Y5 
Dr. Cecile Rochard 

Perth District Health Unit 
653 West Gore Street 

STRATFORD, Ontario N5A 1L4 
Dr . Susan Tamblyn 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 



(519) 663-5317 (B) 



(519) 539-6121 (B) 



(519) 271-7600 (B) 



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u 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 3 37-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973- 
(416) 469- 



5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
7157 (After Hrs.) 






Li* . l 



II-2 



September 1986 
LONDON SOUTH DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Elgin County 

The City of London 
Westminster Township 



Ministry of the Environment 

985 Adelaide Street South (519) 661-2200 <B) 

LONDON, Ontario N6E 1V3 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

Charlie Murray, District Officer 
Alternate : 
Vic Danyla 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

659 Exeter Road (519) 681-1441 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

LONDON, Ontario N6H 5A2 

R.E. Thompson (519) 471-9176 (H) 

Ed Loutitt (519) 451-4112 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

353 Talbot Street West (519) 773-9241 (B) 

AYLMER, Ontario N5H 2S8 

D.G. Wat ton 

Don Clark (519) 455-4925 (H) 

Gary Austin (519) 773-7329 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

80 Dundas Street (519) 679-7150 (B) 

LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 

D. Aird (519) 686-5959 (H) 

W. Vizniowski (519) 432-5386 (H) 

J. Ingram (519) 472-8095 (H) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



II-3 



September 1986 



LONDON SOUTH DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health - 

Elgin-St. Thomas Health Unit 
2 Wood Street 

ST. THOMAS, Ontario N5R 4K9 
Dr. M.R. Warren 

Middlesex-London District Health Unit 

50 King Street 

LONDON, Ontario N6A 5L7 

Dr . J . D . Pudden 

Dr. Nancy Tuttle 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 



(519) 631-9900 (B) 



(519) 663-5317 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



S 



(416) 973-5340 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



II-4 



September 1986 



Area 



OWEN SOUND DISTRICT TEAM 
Bruce, Huron & Grey Counties 



Ministry of the Environment 

1180 20th Street 

OWEN SOUND, Ontario N4K 6H6 



(519) 371-2901 <B) 



0n-5cene-Coordinator 

Willard Page, District Officer 
Alternate : 
Bill Hutchison 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



1450 7th Avenue East 

OWEN SOUND, Ontario N4K 5R1 

D.A. Leckie 

Earl Pose 



(519) 376-7350 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

(519) 376-0605 (H) 
(519) 371-1933 (H) 



581 Huron Street 
STRATFORD, Ontario 
J . T . Ke rnaghan 
P.H. Scott 



(519) 271-3550 (B) 

(519) 271-2893 (H) 

(519) 273-2943 (H) or 

271-3550 in winter 



Ministry of Natural Resources 



611 9th Avenue East 
OWEN SOUND, Ontario 
R. Tippet 
M. Gobeil 
Rob Ethier 



N4X 3E4 



(519) 376-3860 (B) 

(519) 376-4464 (H) 

(519) 371-2447 (H) 

(519) 371-2195 (H) 



R.R. 5 

WINGHAM, Ontario NOG 2W0 

Andy Houser 

Orville Crawford 

George Booth 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 
R. Kent 
D. Stainrod 

80 Dundas Street 
LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 
P. Grignon 
B . Smith 
J . Ingram 

II-5 



(519) 357-3131 (B) 

(519) 291-3056 (H) 

(519) 357-3626 (H) 

(519) 357-3364 (H) 



(416) 


521- 


-7559 


(B) 


(705) 


466- 


-3200 


(H) 


(416) 


575- 


•0499 


(H) 


(519) 


679- 


-7150 


(B) 


(519) 


821- 


-1742 


(H) 


(519) 


542- 


-2858 


(H) 


(519) 


472- 


-8095 


(H) 



September 1986 



OWEN SOUND DISTRICT TEAM 






Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Bruce County Health Unit 
30 Park Street 
WALKERTON, Ontario NOG 2V0 
Dr. W.C. MacPherson 

Huron County Health Unit 
Court House , The Square 
GODERICH, Ontario N7A 1M2 
Dr. H.R. Cieslar 

County of Grey-Owen Sound Health Unit 

920 First Avenue West 

OWEN SOUND, Ontario N4K 4K5 

Dr. W.C. MacPherson 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 881-1920 (B) 



(519) 524-8301 (B) 



(519) 376-9420 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 









II-6 



September 1986 
SARNIA DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Lamb ton County 



Ministry of the Environment 

265 N. Front Street (519) 336-4030 

SARNIA, Ontario N7T 7X1 

On-Scene-Coordinators 

Maureen Looby, D.O., Lambton County 
Kal Haniff, D.O., Chemical Valley 
Alternates : 
Dan Guadenzi 
Jack Sharma 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

60 Keil Drive (519) 354-1400 (B) 

CHATHAM, Ontario N7M 5L3 (519) 354-1408 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

Peter Bryar (519) 351-2666 (H) 

Elmor Skov (519) 676-5186 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

435 Grand Avenue West (519) 354-7340 (B) 
CHATHAM, Ontario N7M 5L8 

Wendy McNab (519) 352-5617 (H) 

Bryon Hall (519) 676-5554 (H) 

John Reinhardt (519) 352-4941 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

80 Dundas Street (519) 679-7150 (B) 
LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 

B. Smith (519) 542-2358 (H) 

J. Ingram (519) 472-8095 (H) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



II-7 



September 1986 



- 



SARNIA DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health- 

Lambton Health Unit 
333 George Street 
SARNIA, Ontario N7T 4P5 

Dr. Lucy M.C. Duncan 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 



(519) 344-5293 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



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II-8 



^ 



September 1986 



WINDSOR DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Essex County 

Kent County 



Ministry of the Environment 

250 Windsor Avenue 
WINDSOR, Ontario N9A 6V9 



(519) 254-2546 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 



J.D. Luyt, District Officer 
Alternate: 

M. Paraschak, Sr. Environmental Officer 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



60 Keil Drive 
CHATHAM, Ontario 
Peter Bryar 
Elmor Skov 



N7M 5L3 



(519) 354-1400 (B) 

(519) 354-1408 (24 Hrs. In Winter) 

(519) 351-2666 (H) 

(519) 676-5186 (H) 



Ministry of Natural Resources 

435 Grand Avenue West 
CHATHAM, Ontario N7M 5L8 
Wendy McNab 
Br yon Hall 
John Reinhardt 



(519) 354-7340 (B) 

(519) 352-5617 (H) 

(519) 676-5554 (H) 

(519) 352-4941 (H) 



Ministry of Consumer S Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

80 Dundas Street 
LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 

J . Brown 
J . Ingram 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 



(519) 679-7150 (B) 

(519) 676-2133 (H) 
(519) 472-8095 (H) 



TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



II-9 



September 1986 



WINDSOR DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police- 



Essex Detachment 
Belle River 
Gosfield South 
Maiden 
Tecumseh 



839-5216 
728-1810 
733-2345 
736-3483 
735-2424 



TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 



Chatham Detachment 352-1122 

Blenheim 676-3300 

Merlin 689-4254 

Ridgetown 674-5496 

Wallaceburg 627-1401 

Wheatley 825-4313 

(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (Metro) 

1005 Oullette Avenue 

WINDSOR, Ontario N9A 4J8 

Dr. J.R. Jones {until Dec. 31/86) 

Dr. P. Fioret (until Dec. 31/86) 

Kent-Chatham Health Unit 
435 Grand Avenue West 
CHATHAM, Ontario N7M 5L8 
Dr. W. Everett 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 



(519) 258-2146 (B) 



(519) 735-3433 (H) 
(519) 735-9095 (H) 

(519) 352-7270 (B) 






(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 



AMHERSTBURG Sub-District 
Larry Bell 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 736-5449 (B) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 






11-10 



^ 



September 1986 



CAMBRIDGE DISTRICT TEAM 

Area: Regional Municipality of Waterloo 
Wellington County 
Dufferin County 



Ministry of the Environment 



400 Clyde Road, Box 219 
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario N1R 5T6 



(519) 653-1511 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 

D. Ireland, District Officer 

"* Alternate : 

L. MacDonnell 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



581 Huron Street 
STRATFORD, Ontario N5A 6S8 
Paul Hanson 
Dale Falefouder 



(519) 
(519) 



271-3550 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 
393-6184 (H) 



Ministry of Natural Resources 

2136 Beaverdale Road (519) 

CAMBRIDGE, Ontario N3C 2W1 

Mike Belcher (519) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West 

HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 

C. Entwistle (416) 

R. Kent (705) 



658-9355 (B) 
743-9023 (H) 



(416) 521-7559 (B) 



846-2497 (H) Brampton 
466-3200 (A) Creemore 



80 Dundas Street West 
LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 
Wayne Zizniowski 
Paul Grignon 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 



(519) 679-7150 (B) 

(519) 432-5389 (H) 

(519) 821-1742 (H) a (B) Guelph 



TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 



(416) 965-8179 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs., 



11-11 



September 1986 



CAMBRIDGE DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Waterloo Regional Health Unit 
850 King Street West 
KITCHENER, Ontario N2G 1E8 
Dr. G.P.A. Evans 

Wellington-Duff erin-Guelph Health Unit 
205 Queen Street East 
FERGUS, Ontario N1M 1T2 
Dr. R.M. Aldis 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 744-7357 (B) 



(519) 843-2460 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-12 



September 1986 
HALDIMAND -NORFOLK/BRANT DISTRICT TEAM 



Area; Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
Brant County 



Ministry of the Environment 

119 King Street West (416) 521-7640 (B) 

HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 

On- Scene-Coordinator 

B.A. Creamer, District Officer 

Alternate : 

P. Rostern, Area Supervisor 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

1182 North Shore Boulevard East (416) 637-5625 (24 Hrs.) 

BURLINGTON, Ontario L7R 3Z9 
A.J. Percy 

659 Exeter Road (519) 681-1441 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

LONDON, Ontario N6A 5N2 

R.E. Thompson (519) 471-9176 (H) 

Ed Loutitt (519) 451-4112 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

2186 Beaverdale Road (519) 658-9335 (B) 

CAMBRIDGE, Ontario N3C 2W1 

W.R. Catton (519) 821-1932 (H) 

Don Routly (519) 743-5322 (H) 

Sheref Yorgan (519) 658-9871 (H) 

Box 1070, Hwy. 20 (Niagara) (416) 892-2656 (B) 

FONTHILL, Ontario LOS 1E0 

A.M. Harjula 

E. Kraker (416) 682-5191 (R) 

548 Queensway West (519) 426-7650 (B) 

SIMCOE, Ontario N3Y 4T2 

Malcolm McKenzie (519) 443-7037 (H) 

W. Edwards (519) 583-2903 (H) 

Willem Mol (519) 426-7571 (H) 



11-13 



September 19B6 



HALDIMAND-NORFOLK/BRANT DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 
R. Wallage 
D. Stainrod 

80 Dundas Street 
LONDON, Ontario N6A 2P3 
M. Dodson 
J . Ingram 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Haldimand-Norfolk Regional Health Unit 
365 West Street, Box 247 
SIMCOE, Ontario N3Y 4L1 
Dr. D. Kittle 

Brant County Health Unit 
194 Terrace Hill Street 
BRANTFORD, Ontario N3R 167 
Dr . W . E . Page 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 521-7559 (B) 



(416) 575- 

(519) 679- 

(519) 756- 

(519) 472- 



-0499 (H) 

-7150 (B) 

-3019 (H) 

-8095 (H) 



(416) 965 
(416) 965- 



-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
■1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 426-6170 (B) 



(519) 753-7377 (3) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 






c 



11-14 






September 1986 
HAMILTON-WENTWORTH DISTRICT TEAM 
Area: Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Went worth 

Ministry of the Environment 

119 King Street West (416) 521-7640 (B) 

HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

John Vogt, District Officer 
Alternate : 

David Matchett, Area Supervisor 
Lee Van Biesbrouck 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

1182 North Shore Boulevard East (416) 637-5625 (24 Hrs.) 

BURLINGTON, Ontario L7R 3Z9 
A.J. Percy 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

2186 Beaverdale Road (519) 658-9335 (B) 

CAMBRIDGE, Ontario N3C 2W1 

W.R. Catton (519) 821-1932 (H) 

Don Routly (519) 743-5322 (H) 

Sheref Yorgan (519) 658-9871 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West (416) 521-7559 (B) 

HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 

R. Walters (416) 521-7559 (B) 

D. Stainrod (416) 575-0499 (H) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-T211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



11-15 



September 1986 

HAMILTON-WENTWORTH DISTRICT TEAM 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Harailton-Wentworth Regional Health Unit (416) 528-1441 (B) 
25 Main Street West, Box 897 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3P6 
Or. A.I. Cunningham 
Dr. Lorna Brown 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre (705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre (519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre (416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 

(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 






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11-16 



September 1986 



Area: 



WELLAND DISTRICT TEAM 
Regional Municipality of Niagara 



Ministry of the Environment 

637-641 Niagara Street North 
WELLAND, Ontario L3C 1L9 

On-Scene-Coordinator 



(416) 384-9896 (B) 



->-" 



D. Crump, District Officer 
Alternates : 

R.J. Slattery, Area Supervisor 
Bruce Peterson 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



1182 North Shore Boulevard East 
BURLINGTON, Ontario L7R 3Z9 
A.J. Percy 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Box 1070, #20 Highway 
FONTHILL, Ontario LOS 1E0 
A.M. Harjula 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 
W. Chudak 
D. Stainrod 



(416) 637-5625 (24 Hrs.) 



(416) 892-2656 (B) 



(416) 521-7559 (B) 

(416) 937-2293 (H) 
(416) 575-0499 (H) 



Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



11-17 



September 1986 



WELLAND DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health' 

Niagara Regional Area Health Unit 

130 Lockhart Drive 

ST. CATHARINES, Ontario L2T 1W4 

Dr. G.F. Mills 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 688-3762 <B) 



(70S) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 3 37-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



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11-18 



September 1986 



BARRIE DISTRICT TEAM 



Area; 



Simcoe County 



Ministry of the Environment 

12 Fairview Road 
BARRIE, Ontario L4N 4P3 



.'- 



On-Scene-Coordinator 

Ian Gray, District Officer 
Alternate : 
John Sciberras 
Andy Weir 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



(705) 726-1730 (B) 



1450 Seventh Avenue East 
OWEN SOUND, Ontario N4K 5R1 
D.A. Leckie 
Earl Rose 



(519) 376-7350 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

(519) 376-0605 (H) 
(519) 371-1933 (H) 



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Ministry of Natural Resources 

Huronia District 
MIDHORST, Ontario L0L 1X0 
W. Dan Manse 11 
D . MacArthur 

Ministry of Consumer fi Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3Z9 
R. Kent 
D . Stainrod 



(705) 728-2900 (B) 

(705) 726-5560 (H) 
(705) 726-9571 (H) 



(416) 521-7559 (B) 

(705) 466-3200 (H) 
(416) 575-0499 (H) 



3300 Bloor Street West 
ETOBICOKE, Ontario K7N 1L7 
K. Street 

C. Arnold 



(416) 239-2948 (B) 

(705) 687-8053 (H) 
(416) 291-2009 (H) 



Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 



TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



11-19 



September 1986 



BARRIE DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police" 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Simcoe County District Health Unit 
County Administration Centre 
MIDHURST, Ontario LOL 1X0 
Dr. James A. Key (Acting) 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



(705) 726-0100 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 









11-20 









September 1986 



HALTON-PEEL DISTRICT TEAM 



Area : Regional Municipality of Halton 
Regional Municipality of Peel 



Ministry of the Environment 

1235 Trafalgar Road (416) 844-5747 (B) 

OAKVILLE, Ontario L6H 3P1 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

G. Nelson, District Officer 

Alternate : 

J. Budz, Environmental Officer Engineer 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

1182 North Shore Boulevard East (416) 637-5625 (24 Hrs.) 

BURLINGTON, Ontario L7R 3Z9 
A.J. Percy 



5000 Yonge Street 
TORONTO, Ontario M2N 6E9 
R.L. Hanton 
Dave Astinwall 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

2186 Beaverdale Road 
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario N3C 2W1 
W.R. Catton 
Don Routly 
Sheref Yorgan 

10401 Dufferin Street 
MAPLE, Ontario L0J 1E0 
I. Earl 
S. Kim 
G. Taylor 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

119 King Street West 
HAMILTON, Ontario L3N 3Z9 

C. Entwistle 
R. Walters 

D . Stainrod 



(416) 224-7483 (B) 

(416) 248-7115 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

(416) 294-7276 (H) 

(416) 731-3520 (H) 



(519) 658-9355 (B) 



(519) 821-1932 (H) 

(519) 743-5322 (H) 

(519) 658-9871 (H) 

(416) 832-2761 (B) 

(416) 279-7043 (H) 

(416) 895-7594 (H) 

(416) 727-8781 (H) 



(416) 521-7559 (B) 

(416) 346-2497 (H) 

(416) 521-7559 (3) 

(416) 521-7559 (B) 



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11-21 



September 1936 






HALTON-PEEL DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen* s Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Halton Regional Health Unit 
1151 Bronte Road 
OAKVILLE, Ontario L6J 6E1 
Dr. Graham Pollett 

Peel Regional Health Department 
10 Peel Centre Drive 
BRAMPTON, Ontario L6T 4B9 
Dr. Peter N. Cole 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs . ) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 827-2151 (B) 



(416) 791-9400 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



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11-22 






September, 1986 



MUSKOKA-HALI BURTON DISTRICT TEAM 



Area : District Municipality of Muskoka 
Haliburton County 



Ministry of the Environment 

Gravenhurst Plaza General Delivery 
GRAVENHURST, Ontario POC 1G0 



(705) 687-3408 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 



Terry O'Neil, District Officer 

Alternate: 

Terry Healy 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



207 Main Street 

HUNTSVILLE, Ontario POA 1K0 

Doug White 

Ray Carson 

Don Boucher 

64 Monck Road 

BANCROFT, Ontario KOL 1C0 

Don MacDonald 

Percy Hinze 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Box 219 (Algonquin Park) 
WHITNEY, Ontario KOJ 2M0 
G.R. Whitney 
B.A. Norris 

Box 1133 

BRACEBRIDGE, Ontario POB 1C0 

H.P. Endress 

J . Bryant 



(Huronia) 

MID HURST, Ontario 
W.D. Mansell 
D.R. Mac Arthur 



LOL 1X0 



( Minden ) 

MINDEN, Ontario KOM 2K0 

D.D. White 

James Dewey 

4 Miller Street 

PARRY SOUND, Ontario P2A 1S8 

W.J. Lover ing 

L.A. Connelly 

B.J. Foley 



(705) 789-2391 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

789-7674 (H) 

789-5796 (H) 

(613) 332-3220 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 



(705) 
(705) 
(705) 



(613) 332-3513 (H) 
(613) 332-1387 (H) 



(613) 637-2780 (B) 

(613) 633-5542 (H) 

(613) 637-2993 (H) 

(705) 645-8747 (B) 

(705) 645-8650 (H) 

(705) 645-8235 (H) 

(705) 728-2900 (B) 

(705) 726-5560 (H) 

(705) 726-9571 (H) 

(705) 286-1521 (B) 

(705) 286-2182 (H) 

(705) 447-2367 (H) 

(705) 746-4201 (B) 

(705) 686-3815 (H) 

(705) 746-2695 (H) 

(705) 746-8344 (H) . 



11-23 



September 1986 



MUSKOKA-HALI BURTON DISTRICT TEAM 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 



3300 Bloor Street West 
ETOBICOKE, Ontario M8X 2X4 
K. Street 

C. Arnold 

7 Park Crescent 
AMHERSTVTEW, Ontario K7N 1L7 
J. Campbell 
F. Webb 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Muskoka-Parry Sound Health Unit 
Box 1019, Pine Street 
3RACEBRIDGE, Ontario POB 1C0 
Dr. H.C. Robinson 

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge 

District Health Unit 
Box 337, 860 William Street 
COBOURG, Ontario K9A 4K8 
Dr. D.E. Mikel 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
_oast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 239-2948 (B) 

(705) 687-8053 (H) 

(416) 291-2009 (H) 

(613) 389-2830 (B) 



(705) 
(613) 



742-1562 (H) 
389-2830 (B) 



(416) 
(416) 



965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(705) 645-4471 (B) 



(416) 372-0175 (B) 



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(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 









11-24 









September 1986 



PETERBOROUGH DISTRICT TEAM 



Area : Peterborough County 
Victoria County- 
Part of Northumberland County 



Ministry of the Environment 



139 George Street North 
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario K9J 3G6 



(705) 743-2972 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 



J.L. Bourque, District Officer 

Alternate : 

P. Hughes , Special Project Coordinator 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



P.O. Box 300, 64 Monck Road 
BANCROFT, Ontario KOL 1C0 
Don MacDonald 
Percy Hinze 

P.O. Box 150, 138 Hope Street North 
PORT HOPE, Ontario L1A 3W3 
Walter Peck 
Archie McKillop 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

P.O. Box 500, Hwy. 28 
BANCROFT, Ontario KOL 1C0 
Don Vance 
Dave Loftus 



(613) 332-3220 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr.) 

(613) 332-3513 (H) 

(613) 332-1387 (H) 

(416) 885-6381 (B) 

(416) 372-0057 (H) 

(416) 885-4129 (H) 



(613) 332-3940 (B) 

(613) 332-1523 (H) 
(613) 332-4430 (H) 



Minden District 
MINDEN, Ontario K0M 2K0 
D.D. White 
James Dewey 

322 Kent Street West 

LINDSAY, Ontario K9V 4T7 
Bill Forman 
Geoff Highan 
M. Dick 



(705) 286-1521 (B) 

(705) 286-2182 (H) 

(705) 447-2367 (H) 

(705) 324-6121 (3) 

(705) 324-8720 (H) 

(705) 324-9842 (H) 

(705) 324-0520 (H) 



1 Richmond Boulevard 
NAPANEE, Ontario 
R. Beecher 
R. Armstrong 
J. Matheson 



(613) 354-2173 (B) 

(613) 389-5617 (H) 

(613) 354-5952 (H) 

(613) 354-2820 (H) 



11-25 



September 1986 



PETERBOROUGH DISTRICT TEAM 






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Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

7 Park Crescent 

AMHERSTVIEW, Ontario K7N 1L7 

J. Campbell 

J. Stone ham 

F. Web 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Peterborough County-City Health Unit 
835 Weller Street 
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario K9J 4Y1 
Dr • G . R. Humphreys 

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge 

District Health Unit 

Box 337, 860 William Street 

COBOURG, Ontario K9A 4K8 

Dr. D.E. Mikel 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 



(613) 389-2830 (B) 



(613) 742- 
(613) 966- 
(613) 389- 



1562 (H) 
8062 (H) 
■2830 (B) 



(416) 965- 
(416) 965- 



■8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(705) 743-1160 (B) 



(416) 372-0175 (B) 



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(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973- 
(416) 469- 



5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-26 



September 1986 
TORONTO EAST DISTRICT TEAM 
Area: Metropolitan Toronto East of Yonge Street 

Ministry of the Environment 

7 Overlea Boulevard (416) 424-3000 (B) 

TORONTO, Ontario M4H 1A8 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

Russ Boyd, District Officer 
Alternate : 
Vic Huggard 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

5000 Yonge Street (416) 224-7483 (B) 

TORONTO, Ontario M2N 6E9 (416) 248-7115 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

R.L. Hanton (416) 294-7276 (H) 

Dave Astinwall (416) 731-3520 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

10401 Dufferin Street (416) 832-2761 (B) 

MAPLE, Ontario L0J 1E0 

I.B. Earl (416) 279-7043 (H) 

S. Kim (416) 895-7594 (H) 

G. Taylor (416) 727-8781 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

3300 Bloor Street West (416) 239-2948 (B) 

ETOBICOKE, Ontario M8X 2X4 

A. Rainer (416) 284-9428 (H) 

C. Arnold (416) 291-2009 (H) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-3173 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



11-27 



September 1986 



TORONTO EAST DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health' 

City of Toronto Health Unit 

7th Floor, East Tower, City Hall 

100 Queen Street West 

TORONTO, Ontario M5H 2N2 

Dr. Alexander S. MacPherson 

Dr. C. Edward Ellis (Eastern Area) 

Dr. Richard Fralick (Downtown Area) 

Dr. Trevor Hancock (Northern Area) 

Borough of East York Health Unit 
550 Mortimer Avenue 
TORONTO, Ontario M4J 2H2 
Dr. R. Schabas 

North York Health Unit 

5100 Yonge Street 

NORTH YORK, Ontario M2N 5V7 

Dr. G.K. Martin 

Dr. J. McCausland 

City of Scarborough Health Department 

Scarborough Civic Centre 

160 Borough Drive 

SCARBOROUGH, Ontario M1P 4N8 

Dr. E.K. Fitzgerald 

Dr. Zofia M. Davison 



(416) 392-7401 <B) 



(416) 469-1687 (H) 

(416) 392-7461 (H) 

(416) 485-2562 (H) 

(416) 461-8136 (B) 



(416) 224-6197 (B) 



(416) 224-6199 (B) 
(416) 224-6197 (B) 

(416) 296-7454 (B) 



(416) 296-7445 (B) 
(416) 296-7445 (B) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.! 



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11-28 



September 1986 
TORONTO WEST DISTRICT TEAM 
Area: Metropolitan Toronto West of Yonge Street 

Ministry of the Environment 

7 Overlea Boulevard (416) 424-3000 (B) 

TORONTO, Ontario M4H 1A8 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

John Mills, District Officer 
Alternate : 
Jun Kawasaki 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

5000 Yonge Street (416) 224-7483 (B) 

TORONTO, Ontario M2N 6E9 (416) 248-7115 (24 Hrs. Nov- Apr) 

R.L. Hanton (416) 294-7276 (H) 

Dave Astinwall (416) 731-3520 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

10401 Dufferin Street (416) 239-2948 (B) 
MAPLE, Ontario L0J 1E0 

I.B. Earl (416) 284-9428 (H) 

S. Kim (416) 833-5834 (H) 

G. Taylor (416) 291-2009 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer S Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

3300 Bloor Street West (416) 239-2948 (B) 
ETOBICOKE, Ontario M8X 2X4 

J. Farrel (416) 833-5834 (H) 

C. Arnold (416) 291-2009 (a) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8173 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



11-29 



September 1986 



TORONTO WEST DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health- 

City of Toronto Health Unit 

7th Floor, East Tower, City Hall 

100 Queen Street West 

TORONTO, Ontario M5H 2N2 

Dr. Alexander S. MacPherson 

Dr. 0. Mavis Rampersaud (Western Area) 

Dr. Richard Fralick (Downtown Area) 

Dr. Trever Hancock (Northern Area) 

City of York Health Unit 
2700 Eglinton Avenue West 
TORONTO, Ontario M6M 1V1 
Dr. J.W. Mitchell 

North York Health Unit 

5100 Yonge Street 

NORTH YORK, Ontario M2N 5V7 

Dr. G.K. Martin 

Dr. J. McCausland 

City of Etobicoke Health Unit 
Etobicoke Civic Centre 
ETOBICOKE, Ontario M9C 2Y2 
Dr. A.M. Egbert 
Dr. Barbara Kawa 



(416) 392-7401 (B) 



(416) 534-9262 (H) 

(416) 392-7461 (H) 

(416) 485-2562 (H) 

(416) 394-2436 (B) 



(416) 224-6197 (8) 



(416) 224-6199 (B) 
(416) 224-6197 (B) 

(416) 626-4532 (B) 



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Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-30 



September 1986 



YORK-DURHAM DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Regional Municipality of York 

Regional Municipality of Durham 



Ministry of the Environment 

7 Overlea Boulevard 
TORONTO, Ontario M4H 1A8 



(416) 424-3000 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 

Gary K. Boretski 
Alternate : 
Alex V. Giffen 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



138 Hope Street North 

PORT HOPE, Ontario L1A 3W3 

Walter Peck 

Archie McKillop 

5000 Yonge Street 
TORONTO, Ontario M2N 6E9 
R.L. Han ton 
Magda Majesky 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

332 Kent Street West 
LINDSAY, Ontario K9V 4T7 
Bill Forraan 
A.V. Kaufman 
M. Dick 



(416) 885-6381 (B) 

(416) 372-0057 (H) 

(416) 885-4129 (H) 

(416) 224-7483 (B) 

(416) 248-7115 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr] 

(416) 294-7276 (H) 

(416) 229-6838 (H) 



(705) 324-6121 (B) 

(705) 324-8720 (H) 

(705) 324-9842 (H) 

(705) 324-0520 (H) 



10401 Dufferin Street 
MAPLE, Ontario L0J 1E0 
I. Earl 
S. Kim 
G. Taylor 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

3300 Bloor Street West 
ETOBICOKE, Ontario M8X 2X4 
A. Rainer 
E. Stewart 
R. Smith 
C. Arnold 



(416) 832-2761 (B) 

(416) 279-7043 (H) 

(416) 895-7594 (H) 

(416) 727-8781 (H) 



(416) 239-2948 (B) 



(416) 725-7518 (H) 
(416) 291-2009 (H) 



11-31 



September 1986 



YORK-DURHAM DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

York Regional Health Unit 
22 Prospect Street 
NEWMARKET, Ontario L3Y 3S9 
Dr. J.O. Slingerland 

Dr. J.R. Hodgkinson 

Durham Department of Health Services 

Community Health Services Centre 

301 Golf Street 

OSHAWA, Ontario L1G 4B2 

Dr. Jean K. Gray 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 895-4511 (B) 



(416) 723-8521 (B) 



(705) 726-3103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 



SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-32 



September 1986 
CORNWALL DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry 
Prescott & Russel counties 



Ministry of the Environment 

205 Amelia Street {613} 933-7402 (B) 

CORNWALL, Ontario K6H 3P3 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

G.J. McKenna, District Officer 

Alternate : 

R.R. Eamon, Sr. Environmental Officer 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

530 Tremblay Road (613) 745-6841 {24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

OTTAWA, Ontario K1G 0E4 

J.M. McMaster (613) 748-0578 (H) 

Ted Irving (613) 824-8450 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

113 Amelia Street (613) 933-1774 (B) 

CORNWALL, Ontario K6H 5V7 

R.J. Cleroux (613) 938-3087 (H) 

W.J. Humphrys (613) 938-1625 (H) 

B.W. McCue (613) 938-2793 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer s Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

7 Park Crescent (613) 389-2830 (B) 

AMHERSTVIEW, Ontario K7N 1L7 (613) 566-3907 (24 Hrs.) 

R. McLaren (613) 925-2610 (B) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8173 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

District 11 (613) 534-2209 (B) 

Box 430, Mille Roches Road 
LONG SAULT, Ontario 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



11-33 



September 1986 



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CORNWALL DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health" 

Eastern Ontario Health Unit 
1000 Pitt Street 
CORNWALL, Ontario K6J 3S5 

Dr. Robert Bourdeau 
Dr. J. Oulette 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada Institute 
1950 Montreal Road 
CORNWALL, Ontario 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(613) 933-1375 (B) 



(613) 534-2356 (H) 
(613) 938-1401 (H) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 
(613) 938-4498 (B) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



Great Lakes 

St. Lawrence Study Office 
111 Water Street East 
CORNWALL, Ontario 



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11-34 



September 1986 
KINGSTON DISTRICT TEAM 



Area Leeds S Grenville, Frontenac, Hastings, 

Lennox fi Addington and Prince Edward Counties 



Ministry of the Environment 

133 Dal ton Street (613) 549-4000 

KINGSTON, Ontario K7L 4Y2 

On- Scene-Coordinator 

J.F. Primer, District Officer 

Alternate : 

J.H. Lauder, Sr. Environmental Officer 

C . Rams ha w 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

355 Counter Street (613) 544-2220 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

KINGSTON, Ontario K7L 5A3 

Rudy Wycliffe (613) 354-9807 (H) 

Dean Northey (613) 548-8993 (H) 

64 Monck Road (613) 332-3220 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

BANCROFT, Ontario K0L 1C0 

Dan MacDonald (613) 332-3513 (H) 

Percy Hinze (613) 332-1387 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

605 Oxford Avenue (613) 342-8524 (B) 

BROCKVILLE, Ontario K6V 5V8 

William V. Hardy (613) 924-2054 (H) 

G. Tabobondune (613) 345-2872 (H) 

L. Penney (613) 345-1605 (H) 

1 Richmond Boulevard (613) 354-2173 (B) 
NAPANEE, Ontario K7R 3S3 

R.W. Beecher (613) 389-5617 (H) 

R.A. Armstrong (613) 354-5952 (H) 

J.C Matheson (613) 354-2320 (H) 

Box 70, Metcalfe Street (613) 478-2330 (3) 
TWEED, Ontario K0K 3J0 

Ron N. Kervin (613) 478-2170 (H) 

J.W. Doef (613) 473-6413 (H) 

M. J. Williams (613) 478-6045 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

7 Park Crescent (613) 389-2330 (B) 
AMHERSTVIEW, Ontario K7N 1L7 

J. Stoneham (613) 966-3062 (H) 

A. Newton ■ (613) 389-6517 (B) 

R. McLaren (613) 925-2610 (B) 

11-35 



September 1986 



KINGSTON DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Kingston Frontenac and Lennox & 

Addington Health Unit 
221 Portsmouth Avenue 
KINGSTON, Ontario K7M 1V5 
Dr. David Mowat 

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark Health Unit 
70 Charles Street 
BROCKVILLE, Ontario K6V 1T3 
Dr. M. Corriveau 

Hastings and Prince Edward Counties 

Health Unit 
179 North Park Street 
BELLEVILLE, Ontario K3P 4P1 
Dr. P.J. Halket 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs . ) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(613) 549-1232 (B) 



(613) 345-5685 (B) 



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(613) 966-5500 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-36 



September 1986 
OTTAWA DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 
Lanark and Renfrew Counties 



Ministry of the Environment 

2378 Holly Lane (613) 521-3450 (B) 

OTTAWA, Ontario K1V 7P1 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

R.A. Dunn, District officer 

Alternate : 

R.E. Stiles, Environmental Officer 

D.W. Tubman, Sr. Environmental Officer (Pembroke) 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

530 Tremblay Road (613) 745-6841 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

OTTAWA, Ontario K1G 0E4 

J.M. McMaster (613) 748-0578 (H) 

Ted Irving (613) 824-8450 (H) 

64 Monck Road (613) 332-3220 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

BANCROFT, Ontario K0L 1C0 

Don MacDonald (613) 332-3513 (H) 

Percy Hinze (613) 332-1387 (H) 

447 McKeown Avenue (705) 472-7900 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

NORTH BAY, Ontario P1B 8L2 

Brendon MacKinnon (705) 474-4672 (H) 

Norman MacKinnon (705) 476-5077 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Box 219 (Algonquin Park) (613) 637-2780 (B) 
WHITNEY, Ontario K0J 2M0 

G.R. Whitney (705) 633-5542 (H) 

B.A. Norris (613) 637-2993 (H) 

Box 220, Riverside Drive (613) 732-3661 (B) 

PEMBROKE, Ontario K3A 6X4 

L.J. Haas (613) 687-2115 (H) 

G.D. Yarranton (613) 687-5995 (H) 

A.H. Plummer (513) 732-7337 (H) 

10 Findlay Avenue (613) 257-5735 (B) 

CARLETON PLACE, Ontario K7C 3Z6 

M.S. Millar (613) 283-3903 (H) 

George Sanderson (613) 257-1204 (H) 

Robin Rogers ' (613) 257-3752 (H) 



11-37 



September 1936 



OTTAWA DISTRICT TEAM 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 



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7 Park Crescent 
AMHERSTVIEW, Ontario K7N 1L7 
D. Molineux 
R. Moore 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen ' s Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Ottawa-Car leton Regional Health Unit 
495 Richmond Road 
OTTAWA, Ontario K2A 4A4 
Dr. S.J. Corber 

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District 

Health Unit 
70 Charles Street 
BROCKVILLE, Ontario K6V 1T3 
Dr. M. Corriveau 

Renfrew County and District Health Unit 
Box 940, Highway 17 
PEMBROKE, Ontario KSA 7M5 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(613) 389-2830 (24 Hrs.) 

(613) 566-3807 (24 Hrs.) 
(613) 566-3807 (24 Hrs.) 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(613) 722-2328 (B) 



(613) 345-5685 (B) 



(613) 732-3629 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



- 



c 










11-38 






September 1986 



NORTH BAY DISTRICT TEAM 

Area: District of Parry Sound 

Parts of the Districts of Nipissing and Timiskaming 



Ministry of the Environment 

1500 Fisher Steet 

NORTH BAY, Ontario P1B 2H3 



(705) 476-1001 (B) 



On-S cene-Coor d inat or 

Jim Harmar, District Officer 

Alternate : 

Gord Johnson, Sr. Environmental Officer 

Dave Packer, Sr. Environmental Officer (for Parry Sound) 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



477 McKeown Avenue 

NORTH BAY, Ontario P1B 8L2 

B. MacKinnon 

N . MacKinnon 

207 Main Street 

HUNTSVILLE, Ontario P0A 1K0 

Doug White 

Ray Carson 

Don Boucher 



(705) 472-7900 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 



(705) 


474-4672 


(H) 






(705) 


476-5077 


(H) 






(705) 


789-2391 


(24 


Hrs. 


Nov-Apr ) 


(705) 


789-7674 


(H) 






(705) 


789-5796 


(H) 







Ministry of Natural Resources 

222 Mclntyre Street 

NORTH BAY, Ontario P1B 8K7 

J.R. Morin 

R. Coulombe 

B. Edmundson 



(705) 474-5550 (B) 

(705) 476-2389 (H) 

(705) 476-1175 (H) 

(705) 472-6371 (H) 



4 Miller Street 

PARRY SOUND, Ontario P2A 1S8 

W.J. Lovering 

L.A. Connelly 

B.J. Foley 



(705) 746-4201 (B) 

(705) 686-3816 (H) 

(705) 764-2695 (H) 

(705) 746-8344 (H) 



Box 219 (Algonquin Park) 
WHITNEY, Ontario K0J 2M0 
G.R. Whitney 
B.A. Norris 



(613) 637-2780 (B) 

(705) 633-5542 (H) 
(613) 637-2993 (H) 



Box 1138 

3RACEBRIDGE, Ontario P0B 1C0 

H.P. Endress 

J . Bryant 



(705) 645-8747 (B) 

(705) 645-8650 (H) 
(705) 645-8235 (H) 



11-39 



September 1936 



NORTH BAY DISTRICT TEAM 
Ministry of Natural Resources (Continued) 



Lakeshore Drive, Box 33 
TEMAGAMI, Ontario POH 2H0 
J. Haraill 

S. F lemming 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

435 James Street South 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4T3 
J. Deslaunais 
D. Barret te 

3300 Bloor Street West 
ETOBICOKE, Ontario M8X 2X4 
ft. Street 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

North Bay and District Health Unit 
200 Mclntyre Street East 
NORTH BAY, Ontario P1B 3J1 
Dr. Catherine Whiting (Acting) 

Muskoka-Parry Sound Health Unit 
Pine Street, Box 1019 
BRACSBRIDGE, Ontario P0B 1C0 
Dr. H.C. Robinson 

Timiskaming Health Unit 

6 Tweedsmuir Road 

KIRKLAND LAKE, Ontario P2N 1H9 

Dr. Brian Primrose 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 



(705) 569-3622 (B) 



(705) 569- 
(705) 569- 



3820 (H) 
3829 (H) 



(807) 475-1641 (B) 



(705) 855- 

(705) 264- 

(416) 239- 

(705) 687- 



2766 (H) 

3619 (H) 

2948 (B) 

■8053 (H) 



(416) 965 
(416) 965- 



■8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
■1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(705) 474-1400 (B) 



(705) 645-4471 (B) 



(705) 567-9355 (B) 

(705) 647-4305 (H) 

(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



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11-40 



September 1986 



NORTH BAY DISTRICT TEAM 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-41 



September 1986 
SAULT STE. MARIE DISTRICT TEAM 









Area: Part of District of Algoraa 
Part of District of Sudbury 

Ministry of the Environment 

445 Albert Street (705) 949-4640 (B) 

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario P6A 2J9 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

G. LaHaye, District Officer 

Alternates: 

A. Jennings, Environmental Officer 

K. McColl, Environmental Officer 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

160 McDougall Street (705) 256-5682 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario P6A 3A8 

Dave Kiramett (705) 942-4859 (H) 

John Chisolm (705) 254-2436 (H) 

P.O. Box 7000, Station A (705) 522-9380 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

SUDBURY, Ontario P3A 4S2 

A. Hickey, District Engineer (705) 522-6129 (H) 

J. Rett (705) 897-5958 (H) 

T. Swan (705) 855-9754 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 






22 Mission Road (705) 856-2 396 (B) 
WAWA, Ontario P0S 1K0 

Alf Bull (705) 856-7324 (H) 

Ray Camden (705) 856-2159 (H) 

62 Queen Street (705) 356-2234 (B) 

BLIND RIVER, Ontario P0R 1B0 

Russel Wood (705) 356-7614 <H) 

148 Fleming Street (705) 869-1330 (B) 

SSPANOLA, Ontario POP 1C0 

Ed Arbuckle (705) 869-4361 (H) 

Dave Carnochan (705) 869-4608 (H) 

19Q-192 Cherry Street (705) 864-1710 (B) 

CHAPLEAU, Ontario POM 1K0 

Frank Wilson (705) 864-1681 (H) 

Dick Hagman (705) 364-0292 (H) 

Jack Russel (705) 864-1623 (H) 

375 Queen Street East (705) 949-1231 (B) 
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario P6A 5L5 

Laddie Bell (70S) 253-9152 <H) 

Elvin Vaugn (70S) 777-2839 (H) 

John Christian 

11-42 



" 






September 1986 



SAULT STE. MARIE DISTRICT TEAM 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

435 James Street South 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 5G6 
A. Gardner 
M. Lalonde 



(807) 475-1600 (B) 

(807) 475-1553 (H) 
(807) 475-1553 (H) 



Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

District of Algoraa Health Unit 
99 Foster Drive, 6th Floor 
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario P6A 5X6 
Dr. David Butler Jones 

Sudbury & District Health Unit 
1300 Paris Crescent 
SUDBURY, Ontario P3E 3 A3 
Dr. Robin J. Bolton 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs . ) 
(416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(705) 759-5287 (B) 

(705) 759-5287 (H) 
(705) 522-9200 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-43 



September 1986 

SUDBURY DISTRICT TEAM 



Area: Part of District of Sudbury 
District of Hanltoulin 



Ministry of the Environment 

199 Larch Street (705) 675-4501 (B) 

SUDBURY, Ontario P3E 5P9 

On-Scene-Coordinator 

John Robertson, District Officer 

Alternate : 

C. LaFrance, Sr. Environmental Officer 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

Box 7000, Station A (705) 522-9380 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

SUDBURY, Ontario P3A 4S2 

F. Patterson (705) 522-4566 (H) 

J. Rett (705) 897-5958 (H) 

T. Swan (705) 855-9754 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Box 3500, Station A (705) 522-7823 (B) 

SUDBURY, Ontario P3A 4S2 

John Simpson (705) 692-3710 (H) 

Marvin Smith (705) 692-9268 (H) 

Ray Graham (70S) 522-4530 (H) 

148 Fleming Street (705) 869-1330 (B) 

ESPANOLA, Ontario POP 1C0 

Ed Arbuckle (705) 869-4316 <H) 

Dave Carnochan (705) 869-4608 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

435 James Street South (807) 475-1600 (B) 

THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4T3 

J. Deslaunais (705) 855-2766 (H) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 



11-44 



September 1986 



SUDBURY DISTRICT TEAM 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 



Sudbury Area Detachments 

Sudbury (705) 522-3388 

Dowling (Hwy. 144) (705) 855-4525 

Noelville (705) 898-2211 

Espanola (705) 869-1211 

Killarney Area (705) 287-2881 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Sudbury and District Health Unit 
1300 Paris Crescent 
SUDBURY, Ontario P3E 3 A3 
Dr. Robin J. Bolton 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

Parry Sound District Base 

On- Scene-Commander 

J. Kennedy 

Alternate : 
E. Lea 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



A.E.S. Weather Station 
(Sault Ste. Marie) 



Manitoulin Island 

Ice Lake (705) 282-2621 

Little Current (705) 368-2200 

Manitowaning (705) 859-3155 

Mindemoya (70S) 377-5386 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



(705) 522-9200 (B) 

(705) 674-1691 (H) 

(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(705) 746-2196 (B) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 973-5340 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 

(705) 779-3144 (B) 



11-45 



September 1986 



Area: 



TIMMINS DISTRICT TEAM 

Parts of the Districts of Timiskaming, Cochrane, Sudbury and 
Algoma 



— -v 



Ministry of the Environment 

83 Algonquin Boulevard West 
TIMMINS, Ontario P4N 2R4 



(70S) 268-3222 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 

Fred Lalonde, District Officer 
Alternate : 

Ken Gibson, Sr. Environmental Officer 
Roger Roy, Sr. Environmental Officer 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



50 Third Avenue 
COCHRANE, Ontario POL 1C0 
Frank Rendulic 
Peter Jefford 

500 Rockley Road 

NEW LISKEARD, Ontario POJ 1P0 

Gary Ricker 

John Hambleton 

Dick Brazier 

160 MacDougall Street 
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario 
Dave Kimraett 
John Ch is holm 

615 South James Street 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4X9 
F . Adams 
G.R. Gombola 



(705) 272-4333 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

(705) 272-6454 (H) 

(705) 272-6085 (H) 

(705) 647-6761 (24 Hrs- Nov-Apr) 



(705) 647-8517 (H) 

(705) 647-6317 (H) 

(705) 256-5682 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

(705) 942-4859 (H) 

(705) 254-2436 (H) 

(807) 577-6451 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

(307) 577-5681 (H) 

(807) 577-7980 (H) 









Ministry of Natural Resources 

190-192 Cherry Street 
CHAPLEAU, Ontario POM 1K0 

F. Wilson 
D. Colvin 
J. Russell 

2 Third Avenue 

COCHRANE, Ontario POL 1C0 

J. Gosnell 

J. McWhirter 

G. Clermont 



(705) 864-1710 (B) 

(705) 864-1681 (H) 

(705) 864-1364 (H) 

(705) 364-1623 (H) 

(705) 272-4365 (B) 

(705) 272-2952 (H) 

(705) 272-5597 (H) 

(705) 272-6604 (H) 









:. 



11-46 


















September 1986 



TIMMINS DISTRICT TEAM 
Ministry of Natural Resources (Continued) 



129 Low Avenue 

GOGAMA, Ontario POM 1W0 

C . Mason 

R. Beauchamps 

R. Fink 

631 Front Street 
HEARST, Ontario P1L 1N0 
W. Therriault 
L . Woods 

D . Porter 

6-8-10 Government Road 
KAPUSKASING, Ontario P5N 2W4 
R. Lightheart 
D. Miller 
R. Brydle 

Box 129 (Kirkland Lake) 

SWASTIKA, Ontario POK 1T0 

C. Emblin 

L. Charaberlin 

G. Allick 

Box 190, Gov't Bldg, Revillion Road 
MOOSONEE, Ontario POL 1Y0 
John Kenrick 
J . McAuley 
L . Bent 

896 Riverside Drive 
TIMMINS, Ontario P4N 3W2 
J. Deem 

C. Biggar 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

435 James Street South 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 5G6 

D. Barrette 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 



(705) 894-2000 (B) 



(705) 894- 
(705) 894- 
(705) 894- 



2316 (H) 
2860 (H) 
2186 (H) 



(705) 362-4346 (B) 



(705) 362- 
(705) 362- 
(705) 362- 



7864 (H) 
5803 (H) 
8296 (H) 



(705) 335-6191 (B) 



(705) 335- 
(705) 335- 
(705) 335- 



6878 (H) 
6836 (H) 
4770 (H) 



(705) 642-3222 (B) 



(705) 544- 
(705) 544- 
(705) 563- 



8525 (H) 
■2098 (H) 
8056 (H) 



(705) 336-2987 ( B) 



(705) 

(705) 336- 
(705) 336- 



2765 (H) 
2872 (H) 



(705) 267-7951 ( B) 



(705) 267- 
(705) 267- 



■3133 (H) 
■2342 (H) 



(807) 475- 
(705) 264- 



1600 (B) 
3619 (H) 



(416) 965- 
(416) 965- 



8178 (Bus. Hrs.) 
1211 (After Hrs.) 



TORONTO, Provincial Centre 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs, Every Day) 



11-47 



Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 



September 1986 



TIMMINS DISTRICT TEAM 



Porcupine Health Unit 
169 Pine Street South 
TIMMINS, Ontario P4N 8B7 
Dr. A. Hukowich 

Tiinisaking Health Unit 

6 Tweedsrauir Road 

KIRKLAND LAKE, Ontario P2N 1H9 

Dr. Brian Primrose 

221 Whitewood Avenue, New Liskeard 

BARRIE, Provincial Centre 



(705) 267-1181 <B) 



(705) 567-9355 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs.) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



11-48 



September 1986 



KENORA DISTRICT TEAM 



Area : District of Kenora 

District of Rainy River 



Ministry of the Environment 

808 Robertson Street 
KENORA, Ontario P9N 1X9 



(807) 468-5578 (B) 



On-Scene-Coordinator 



Peter Fox, District Officer 

Alternate : 

J.R. Barr, Abatement Supervisor 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 



808 Robertson Street 
KENORA, Ontario P9N 1X9 
Charlie Yuill 
Len Lamoureux 



(807) 468-6494 (24 Hrs . Nov-Apr) 

(807) 548-5648 (H) 
(807) 468-7471 (H) 



615 James Street South 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4X9 
F . Adams 
G.R. Gombola 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Govt. Bldg., Rev ill ion Road 
MOOSONEE, Ontario POL 1Y0 
John Kerrick 
J . McAuley 
L . Bent 



(807) 577-6451 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

(807) 577-5681 (H) 
(807) 577-7980 (H) 



(705) 336-2987 (B) 

(705) 336-2645 (H) 

(705) 336-2765 (H) 

(705) 336-2872 (H) 



108 Saturn Avenue 
ATIKOKAN, Ontario POT 1C0 
Steven Toole 

R.N. Boyle 
D.H. Elder 



(807) 597-6971 (B) 

(807) 597-6419 (H) 

(807) 597-6300 (H) 

(807) 597-2008 (H) 



479 Government Road 
DRYDEN, Ontario P8N 2Z4 
Gary Tupling 
Alex MacDonald 
Russ Legett 

922 Scott Street 

FORT FRANCES, Ontario P9A U4 

S . E . Cameron 

Bill Darby 

J.K. Cleavely 



(807) 223-3341 (B) 

(807) 223-4746 (H) 

(807) 223-6108 (H) 

(307) 223-3567 (H) 

(807) 274-5337 (B) 

(307) 274-5450 (H) 

(807) 486-3409 (H) 

(807) 274-5071 (H) 



11-49 






September 1986 



-— - 



KENORA DISTRICT TEAM 
Ministry of Natural Resources (Continued) 






808 Robertson Street 
KENORA, Ontario P9N 1X9 
G.G. Pyzer 
D.A. Philippi 
N.O. Milne 

P.O. Box 1003, Hwy. 105 
RED LAKE, Ontario POV 2M0 
Ed Everley 
Barb Larkin 

P.O. Box 448, Hwy. 599 
IGNACE, Ontario POT 1T0 
Paul Wyatt 
Wallace Davenport 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

435 James Street South 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4T3 
J.R. Appelle 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 
Queen's Park Operator 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Northwestern Health Unit 
15 Ocean Ave. West, R.R. #1 
KENORA, Ontario P9N 3W7 
Dr. Peter Friesen 

BARRIE Provincial Centre 

Transport Canada 
Coast Guard 

SARNIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 

11-50 



(807) 468-9841 (B) 



(807) 
(807) 
(807) 



468-4898 
468-6013 
468-7314 



(H) 
(H) 
(H) 



(807) 727-2253 (B) 



(807) 
(807) 



727-2188 
727-2737 



(H) 
(H) 



(807) 934-2233 (B) 



(807) 
(807) 



934-2713 
934-2432 



(H) 
(H) 



(807) 
(807) 



475-1600 
468-5244 



(B) 

(H) 



(416) 
(416) 



965-8178 
965-1211 



( Bus . Hrs . ) 
(After Hrs. 



(416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(807) 468-3147 (B) 



(705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 



(416) 
(416) 



973-5840 
469-7157 



( Bus • Hrs . ) 
(After Hrs.) 






September, 1986 
THUNDER BAY DISTRICT TEAM 
Area District of Thunder Bay 

Ministry of the Environment 

435 James Street South (807) 475-1315 (B) 

THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 5G6 

Qn-Scene-Goordinator 

Jim Drummond, District Officer 

Alternate : 

Don Murray, Environmental Officer 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

615 James Street South (807) 577-6451 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4X9 

F. Adams (807) 577-5681 (H) 

G.R, Gombola (807) 577-7980 (H) 

160 McDougall Street (705) 256-5682 (24 Hrs. Nov-Apr) 

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario P6A 3 AS 

Dave Kimmett (705) 942-4859 (H) 

John Chisolm (705) 254-2436 (H) 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

435 James Street South (807) 475-1511 (B) 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 5G6 

T.R. Isherwood (807) (H) 

J.W. Suttie (807) 683-3709 (H) 

D. Howell (807) 767-5805 (H) 

208 Beamish Avenue West (807) 854-1030 (B) 
GERALDTON, Ontario POT 1M0 

E.H. Stone (807) 354-0571 (H) 

T.W. Popowich (807) 854-1223 (H) 

D.M. Davis (307) 354-0668 (H) 

Box 970, Hwy. 7 (807) 887-2120 ( B) 
NIPIGON, Ontario POT 2 JO 

J. P. Christian (807) 887-3697 (H) 

B. Beange (807) 887-3340 (H) 

Box 280 (807) 825-3205 (B) 

TERRACE BAY, Ontario POT 2W0 

P. A. Strassburger (807) 825-9120 (H) 

B. Prince (807) 825-3634 (H) 

C. Currie (807) 825-4253 (H) 



11-51 



September 1986 



THUNDER BAY DISTRICT TEAM 



Ministry of Natural Resources (Continued) 

22 Mission Road (70S) 856-2396 (B) 
WAWA, Ontario POS 1K0 

Cam Clark (705) 856-2386 (H) 

Ray Camden (70S) 856-2159 (H) 

Alf Bull (705) 856-7324 (H) 

Box 448, Hwy. 599 (807) 934-2233 (B) 
IGNACE, Ontario POT 1T0 

P.R. Wyatt O07) Ml 

R. Ragman (807) 934-6255 (H) 

W. Davenport (307) 934-2432 (H) 



309 Prince Street 

SIOUX LOOKOUT, Ontario P0V 2T0 

J.K. Young (807) (H) 

Art Martin (807) 737-1552 (H) 

Fream Brown (307) 737-3268 (H) 

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations 
Fuels Safety Branch 

435 James Street South (807) 475-1600 (B) 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario 

M. Lalonde (807) (H) 

A. Gardner (807) 767-5302 (H) 

Ministry of Labour 
Radiation Protection Service 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-8178 (Bus. Hrs . ) 

Queen's Park Operator (416) 965-1211 (After Hrs.) 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Ontario Provincial Police 

TORONTO, Provincial Centre (416) 965-5751 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 

Ministry of Health 
Medical Officer of Health 

Thunder Bay District Health Unit (807) 625-5900 

Box 1024 

999 Balmoral Street 

THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4X8 

Dr. S. Graham 

BARRIE Provincial Centre (705) 726-8103 (24 Hrs. Every Day) 






(807) 737-1140 (B) 






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f 



11-52 



September 1986 



THUNDER BAY DISTRICT TEAM 



Transport 



Canada 



Coast Guard 

SARMIA Provincial Centre 

Environment Canada 
Environmental Emergencies 

TORONTO Provincial Centre 



(519) 337-6360 (24 Hrs . Every Day) 



(416) 973-5840 (Bus. Hrs . ) 
(416) 469-7157 (After Hrs.) 



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ANNEX III 

INFORMATION FLOW 

AND 

CONTACT LISTS 



ANNEX III 



Every effort was made to obtain office and public 24-hour 
telephone numbers for inclusion in this annex. For 
agencies without such numbers, this annex contains key 
staff contacts and their home telephone numbers- 
Individuals whose home numbers are listed are not 
generally compensated for making themselves available 
during off-hours. Please restrict the use of these 
private numbers to urgent matters. 



Ill-i 



September, 1986 



SPILL INCIDENT 



REPORTED - by piablic 

- thjtamgh planned surveillance activities 

- by patrty responsible for spill 

- by nrratnicipality or other government agency 

- through other contingency plans 



MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

OFFICES LISTED IN ANNEX I. 

ANNEX III LISTS AGENCIES AND OTHER INTEREST 

GROUFiS POSSIBLY REQUIRING NOTIFICATION OR 

INVOLVEMENT IN ADDITION TO OR IN PLACE OF THE MOE 



CONTACT LIST 



-P- PESTICIDES COrtSTROL SERVICE, MOE, in all cases 
- of spills, fires and accidents 
involving- pesticides or any other 
required notification under the 
Pesticides Act. 

-p» FUELS SAFETY HRANCH, MCCR, in all casest 



III-1 



- involving spills of petroleum 
products .at commercial outlets. 

CANADIAN COAS'tT GUARD, in all cases: 



III-2 



III-3 



- involving spills resulting from 
shipping activities . 

- involving; spills which may cross 
the CanadLa-U . S . A. boundary- 

EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS, 

- individuals responsible for the 
development of peacetime municipal 
continge n.-cy plans. 



III-4 



MINISTRY OF LABOUR & A.E.C.B. 

- in the evxent of the release or 
escape o£ radioactive material. 



III-5 



-£>■ MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

- for medical advice in the event of 
spills or releases of toxic 
substance? 3 . 



III-6 



HEALTH UNITS,, in all cases: 



III-7 



- affecting the health and welfare of 
residents; in the proximity of a spill 

- requiring? evacuation. 

ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE, MSG 

- to obtain, police assistance. 



III-8 



Cont ' d on 

next 

page 



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Cont'd from 
previous page 



CONTACT LIST 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, EF, in all cases: 

- from facilities under Federal jurisdiction, 
such as railroads and airports. 

- which cross inter-provincial boundaries 

- when chemical treating agents for oil spills 
are utilized. 



III-9 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, in all spills: 

- affecting fish and wildlife, or 
Provincial Parks 

- requiring resource data 

- requiring aerial or marine surveillance. 

PETROLEUM RESOURCES SECT ION , MNR in all spills 

- involving gas or oil drilling operations. 



111-10 



III-1 1 



->. MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION, 
in spills : 

- on Provincially-adminis ter ed roads. 



III-1 2 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES , in all cases: 



- where alterations to stream flows can 
benefit countermeasures operations. 

- where spills may affect areas or activities 
under the control of the authorities. 



111-13 



CANUTEC (613) 996-6666 (24 hours) 

Dangerous Goods Emergency Centre, Transport Canada 
- centre provides information on how to 

handle a fire, spill or leak in conjunction 
with accidents involving dangerous goods. 



111-14 



TEAP 



111-15 



- Canadian Chemical Producers' Association 

- assistance for chemical transportation 
emergencies • 



OIL SPILL CO-OPERATIVES 

- oil spills involving member companies 
or their carriers. 



-t>- SPILL CLEAN-UP CONTRACTORS 



U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 

- provided for information only: 

information flow normally through 
the Canadian Coast Guard 
(DOT; List III-3) 



111-16 

111-17 
111-18 



NOTE 



Abbreviations are listed on the next page. 



III-iii 



ABBREVIATIONS 



DOE - Department of the Environment 

DOT - Department of Transport 

MCCR - Ministry of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations 

MNR - Ministry of Natural Resources 

MOE - Ministry of the Environment 

MSG - Ministry of the Solicitor General 

TEAP - Transportation Emergency Assistance Plan 



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CONTACT LIST III-1 



MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 



HAZARDOUS CONTAMINANTS COORDINATION BRANCH 



NAME AND LOCATION 



HEAD OFFICE- TORONTO 



TELEPHONE 



After-Hours 



Office 



I. Wile 

J.J. Onderdonk 

B. Birmingham 

G . Cutten 

J . Lucas 

D. Mewett 

W. Michalowicz 

L. Poff 

J.J. Smith 



Call 

Spills Action 

Centre 

1-800-268-6060 

or 

416-965-9619 



(416) 
(416) 
(416) 
(416) 
(416) 
(416) 
(416) 
(416) 
(416) 



323-5096 
323-5099 
323-5105 
323-5117 
323-5111 
323-5112 
323-5119 
323-5118 
323-5113 



REGIONAL PESTICIDES CONTROL REPRESENTATIVES 



CENTRAL REGION 



C. Zubovitch 

H. Ploeg 

A.G. Carpentier 



(Toronto) 
(Toronto) 
( Peterborough ) 



(416) 424-3000 
(416) 424-3000 
(705) 743-2972 



WEST CENTRAL REGION 



J . Percy 
R. Miller 



(Hamilton) 
(Hamilton) 



(416) 521-7640 
(416) 521-7640 



NORTHEASTERN REGION 



P. McCubbin 
NORTHWESTERN REGION 



(Sudbury) 



(705) 675-4501 



G . Gammond 
SOUTHEASTERN REGION 



(Thunder Bay) 



(807) 475-1215 



D . Raddon 
R.P. Cameron 



(Kingston) 
( Ottawa ) 



(613) 
(613) 



549-4000 
521-3450 



SOUTHWESTERN REGION 



D.C. Morrow 
H.E. Collins 
B.T. Lobb 
W . Lampraan 



{ London ) 
(Chatham) 
(Clinton) 
(London) 



(519) 661-2200 
(519) 354-2150 
(519) 482-3428 
(519) 661-2200 



III-1-1 



September, 1986 



CONTACT LIST III-2 



CONSUMER & COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 



TECHNICAL STANDARDS DIVISION 



FUELS SAFETY BRANCH - FIELD STAFF 



WEST-CENTRAL DISTRICT 
OFFICE HOURS: Hamilton Headquarters (416) 521-7559 
AFTER HOURS: 



D. Stainrod (416) 575-0499 

C. Entwistle (416) 846-2497 

W. Chudak (416) 937-2293 

R. Walters ( ) 

J. Wallage ( ) 



R. Ken (705) 466-3200 



Regional Manager 

Mississauga including Orangeville 

R.M. of Niagara and small gas utilities 

R.M. of Hamilton-Wentworth and Halton 

R.M. of Hamilton-Wentworth, R.M. of Haldimand 

Norfolk East of Hwy 6 including Caledonia & 

Hagersville 

Simcoe County north of Barrie & south of 

Hwy 12 including Orillia, Dufferin County 

(excluding Orangeville), Grey County east of 

Hwy. 10 (excluding Owen Sound) 



EAST-CENTRAL DISTRICT 
OFFICE HOURS: Toronto Headquarters (416) 239-2948 
AFTER HOURS: 



C. Arnold (416) 291-2009 
K. Street (705) 687-8053 

A. Frank ( ) 

A. Rainer ( ) 

E. Stewart (416) 456-2126 

R. Smith (416) 725-7518 
J. Farrell ( ) 

L. O'Brien ( ) 



Regional Manager 

District of Muskoka & Parry sound, Simcoe 

County North of Hwy 12 (excluding Orillia) 

Specific fuel appliance approvals, Metro 

Toronto and District 

Metro Toronto east of Yonge Street and north 

to Hwy 7, R.M. of Durham West of Hwy 12 

R.M. of York north of Hwy 7, Simcoe County 

south of Barrie 

R.M. of Durham East of Hwy 12 

Metro Toronto west of Yonge Street to Hwy 427 

and north to Hwy 7 

Metro Toronto east of Yonge Street 



III-2-1 



September, 1986 



WESTERN DISTRICT 



OFFICE HOURS: London Headquarters (519) 679-7150 



AFTER HOURS: 

J. Ingram (519) 472-8095 
D. Aird (519) 686-5959 



J. Brown (519) 676-2133 
B. Smith (519) 542-2858 
W. Vizniowski (519) 432-5386 



P. Grignon (519) 821-1742 



M. Dodson (519) 756-3019 



Regional Manager 

Elgin County, Middlesex County West of Hwy 4, 

London west of Wellington Road and Richmond 

Street 

Kent and Essex Counties 

Lambton and Huron counties 

Oxford and Perth Counties, Middlesex County 

east of Hwy 4, London east of Wellington Road 

and Richmond Street 

R.M. of Waterloo (Guelph) Bruce and Wellington 

Counties, Grey county west of Hwy 10 including 

Owen sound 

R.M. of Waterloo (Kitchener, Waterloo, 

Cambridge) Brant County. R.M. of Haldimand 

Norfolk west of Hwy 6 



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EASTERN DISTRICT 

OFFICE HOURS: Kingston Headquarters (613) 389-2830 

AFTER HOURS: Kingston Headquarters (613) 389-2830 (24 hours) 

F. Webb (613) 389-2830 - Regional Manager 

J. Campbell (705) 742-1562 - Haliburton, Peterborough and Victoria Counties 

J. Stoneham (613) 966-8062 

A. Newton (613) 389-6517 

R. McLaren (613) 925-2610 

D. Molineux (613) 566-3807 

R. Moore (613) 566-3807 



- Northumberland, Hastings and Prince Edward 
Countries 

- Frontenac, Lennox and Addington and the west 
part of Leeds Counties 

- Stormont, Glengarry and Dundas, Grenville and 
the east part of Leeds counties 

- Renfrew and Lanark Counties and the west part 
of the R.M. of Ottawa Carleton 

- prescott and Russel County and the east part 
of the R.M. of Ottawa Carleton 



NORTHERN DISTRICT 



OFFICE HOURS: Thunder Bay Headquarters (807) 475-1600 



AFTER HOURS: 

A. Gardner (807) 767-5302 

M. LaLonde (807) 

J.R. Appelle (807) 468-5244 - 

G. Bold (705) 949-9299 

J. DesLaunais (705) 855-2766 - 

D. Barrette (705) 264-3619 



Regional Manager 

District of Thunder Bay 

Districts of Kenora and Rainy River 

District of Algoma plus Chapleau 

Districts of Nipissing, Manitoulin and Sudbury 

(excluding Chapleau and Foleyet) 

Districts of Cochrane and Timiskaraing plus 

Foleyet 



III-2-2 



September, 1986 



CONTACT LIST III- 3 
(marine spills) 

TRANSPORT CANADA 

CANADIAN COAST GUARD 

MARINE EMERGENCY BRANCH 



Toronto 

Ron E. Whitehorne 
Regional Manager 
Emergency Operations 

Wilma A. Godon 
Regional Emergency 
Operations Officer 

Prescott Area OSC 

Cal Drake 
District Manager 
Prescott District Base 

Ray A. Amell 
District Marine 
Emergency Officer 

Amherstburg Area OSC 

Larry Bell 

Sub-District Manager 
Amherst Sub-District 

Parry Sound Area OS 

1 • Jack Kennedy 2 . 
District Manager 
Parry Sound District 

Thunder Bay Area OSC 

George Stieh 
sub-Base Manager 
Thunder Bay Sub-Base 

Kenora Area OSC 

John Lunney 
Sub-District Manager 
Kenora Sub-District 

Selkirk Area OSC 

John Mytz 
Base Manager 
Selkirk Base 

Fred Setter 
Pollution Equipment 
Maintenance Supervisor 



Office 



Home 



(416) 973-3058 (416) 831-0652 
(24 hours collect) 
24 hour #519-337-6360 Telex : 06-23317 

(416) 973-2283 (416) 255-3010 

Telex: 06-23317 



(24 hours) (613) 925-2865 (613) 925-4330 

Telex : 066-36527 

(613) 925-2865 (613) 933-0404 

Telex : 066-36527 

(24 hours) (519) 736-5449/0 (519) 736-7506 

Telex: 064-77655 



D. Badger (705) 746-2196 1. (705) 746-5579 

Dist. Marine 2. (705) 378-2525 

Emergency Officer Telex: 06-875566 



(807) 345-6311 (807) 344-5315 
Telex : 073-4328 

(807) 468-6441/2 (807) 468-9274 
Telex : 07-592542 

(204) 482-5813 (204) 482-4603 

Telex : 07-55304 
(204) 482-5813 (204) 482-5849 



III-3-1 



September , 1 986 

CONTACT LIST III-4 
{municipal emergency plans) 
EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



The contacts provided in this list identify those individuals in Ontario 
at the municipal level who, among other things, are responsible for the 
development of peacetime emergency plans which include provisions for the 
evacuation of people potentially affected by natural or man-made disasters. 
The Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and Other 
Hazardous Materials depends on local emergency plans in spill incidents which 
necessitate evacuation of people. 

In all cases, evacuation is effected through local or Provincial police 
forces. The telephone numbers for these could be obtained with the aid of 
local telephone directories. OPP contacts are listed in Contact List III-8. 



IN CASES OF EMERGENCY, OBTAIN POLICE ASSISTANCE 
FROM THE TELEPHONE OPERATOR 



III-4-1 



MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



SEPTEMBER 1986 



MUNICIPALITY 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Bus . Home 



WINDSOR 



Mr. R.F. Upcott (Bob) 
Emergency Planning Officer 



Office of Emergency Planning 
Room 302, City Hall 
WINDSOR, Ontario N9A 6S1 



(519) 255-6240 252-6067 



ESSEX COUNTY 



Mr. P. Neice (Peter) 
Senior Planner 



Essex County 

360 Fairview Avenue West 

ESSEX, Ontario N8M 1Y6 



(519) 776-6441 
Ext. 226 



SARNIA 



John A. Oliver 
Emergency Planner 



City of Sarnia 

240 North Street East 

SARNIA, Ontario N7T 8X7 



(519) 332-0330 
Ext. 323 



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Det. G. Vandenberg 
Emerg. Planning Team 



Sarnia Police Force 
170 South Front Street 
SARNIA, Ontario N7T 2M5 



(519) 344-8861 542-3808 
Ext. 242 



CHATHAM 



Mr. Walter Coulter 
City Engineer 



Civic Centre 

315 King Street West 

P.O. Box 640 

CHATHAM, Ontario N7M 5K8 



(519) 352-4500 
Ext. 217 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 



Mr. R.M. Day 

Emergency Planning officer 



London/Middlesex County 
Emergency Measures 
120 Queens Avenue 
LONDON, Ontario N6A 1H8 



(519) 661-4977 672-8854 



ST. THOMAS 



Mr. P.J. Leack 
City Clerk 



City Hall 

P.O. Box 520 

ST- THOMAS, Ontario 



N5P 3V7 



(519) 631-1680 631-4252 



WOODSTOCK 



Mrs. W. Calder 
Mayor 



P.O. Box 40 

500 Dundas Street 

WOODSTOCK, Ontario 



N4S 7W5 



(519) 539-1291 



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MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



MUNICIPALITY 



WATERLOO REGION 



NAME 



Mr. S.L. Chapman (Stan) 
Safety Officer 



ADDRESS 



Waterloo Region 
Emergency Measures 
3565 King Street East 
KITCHENER, Ontario N2A 2X5 



SEPTEMBER 1986 



TELEPHONE 
Bus . Home 



(519) 893-2940 



Sgt. J. Fraser 

Emergency Planning Officer 



Waterloo Region Police Force 
134 Frederick Street 
KITCHENER, Ontario N2G 4G3 



(519) 579-2211 
Ext. 288 



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TOWN OF FERGUS 



NIAGARA REGION 



Kenneth T. Engelstad 
Executive Director 



Mr. J. Kirby (John) 
Emergency Planning Officer 



Groves Memorial Community Hospital 
235 Union Street West 
FERGUS, Ontario N1M 1W3 

Regional Municipality of Niagara EMO 
2201 St. David's Road 
THOROLD, Ontario L2V 4T7 



(519) 843-2010 
Ext. 200 



(416) 685-1571 



688-4060 



HAMILTON-WENTWORTH 
REGION 



To be named 

Chief Administrative Off. 



Regional Municipality of 

Hami lton/Wentwor th 
119 King Street West 
P.O. Box 910 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8N 3V9 



(416) 526-4154 



Supt. Norm Thompson 
Sgt. Tom Mar lor 



Hamilton/Wentworth Regional Police 
155 King William Street 
HAMILTON, Ontario L8R 1A6 



(416) 522-4925 



MUNICIPALITY 



HALTON REGION 



MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



To be named 

Emergency Measures Officer 



Region of Halton 

Box 7000 

1151 Bronte Road 

OAKVILLE, Ontario L6J 6E1 



SEPTEMBER 1986 



3. 



BUS. 



TELEPHONE 

Home 



(416) 827-2151 
Ext. 443 






METROPOLITAN 
TORONTO 



Chief J . Marks 



Metro Toronto Police 
590 Jarvis Street 
TORONTO, Ontario M4Y 2J5 



(416) 967-2303 



M 
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PEEL REGION 



Insp. T.J. Marchant 
Coordinator of Emergency 
Planning 

Mr. Peter Graham 
Emergency Planning Officer 



Metro Toronto Police 
31 Greenfield Avenue 
WILLOWDALE, Ontario M2N 3E7 

Region of Peel 

#10 Peel Centre Drive 

BRAMPTON, Ontario L6T 4B9 



(416) 967-2007 






(416) 791-9400 596-1575 
Ext. 340 



YORK REGION 



Mr. E.T.F. Cooke (Eric) 
Director 



York Region EMO 
62 Bayview Avenue 
NEWMARKET, Ontario L3Y 3W3 



(416) 895-1221 833-6495 
Toronto Line: 362-2464 



DISTRICT 
MUNICIPALITY OF 
MUSKOKA 



Ms. Gail Speirs 
Planning Officer 



Box 1720, 10 Pine Street 
BRACEBRIDGE, Ontario P0B 1C0 



(705) 645-2231 
Ext. 232 



DYSART TOWNSHIP 
ET AL (Provisional 
County of Haliburton 



W.B. Wood (Wayne) 
Chief Administrative 
Officer 



Municipality of Dysart, et al 

P.O. Box 389 

HALIBURTON, Ontario K0H 1S0 



(705) 457-1986 



457-1584 
457-1721* 



* Haliburton District Ambulance Service, 
Central Despatch Number 



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MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



SEPTEMBER 1986 



MUNICIPALITY 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Bus . Home 



DURHAM REGION 



S/Sgt. D.T. Matthews (Dan) 
Emergency Planning 
Coordinator 



Durham Regional Police 
77 Centre Street North 
OSHAWA, Ontario L1G 4B7 



(416) 579-1520 
Ext. 247 



GREY COUNTY 



Mr. G. Majury (Gilbert) 
Deputy Administrator 



Grey/Owen Sound Social & Family 

Services 
P.O. Box 9 
595-9th Avenue East 
County Administration Bldg. 
OWEN SOUND, Ontario N4K 5P1 



(519) 376-7324 



376-5584 



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PENETANGUISHENE 



Jack Nolan - Administrator 

Mr. Wm. C Geere (Bill) 
Emergency Coordinator 



( as above ) 

18A Edward Street 
P.O. Box 1436 
PENETANGUISHENE, Ontario 



LOK 1P0 



(519) 376-7324 

(705) 549-7453 549-3093 

(705) 549-8222 * 

♦Penetanguishene Police will 
locate Coordinator after 
hours in an emergency 



TAY TOWNSHIP 



Mr . J . Downey ( Joe ) 
Emergency Planner 



P.O. Box 314 
WAUBAUSHENE, Ontario 



LOK 2C0 



(705) 538-2025 



VICTORIA COUNTY 



Mr. G. Brown (George) 
Director, Emerg. Meas . 



County Building 
Francis Street 
LINDSAY, Ontario 



K9V 3R9 



(705) 324-9411 



324-4835 



PETERBOROUGH 



Mr. D. Hall 

City Administrator 



500 George Street North 
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario K9H 3R9 



(705) 742-7771 



Mr. W.G. Manoll 
Fire Chief 



Fire Station No. 1 
210 Sherbrooke Street 
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario 



K9J 2N3 



(705) 745-3281 



748-4426 



MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



5. 



SEPTEMBER 1986 



MUNICIPALITY 



QUINTE AREA 



KINGSTON 



NAME 



Mr. J. Kaine (John) 
Coordinator, Emerg. Plan. 

Mr . Ken Cowdy 
Fire Chief 



ADDRESS 



Box 4173, R.R. 2 
TRENTON, Ontario 



K8V 5P5 



Fire Dept. Headquarters 
261 Brock Street 
KINGSTON, Ontario K7L 1S5 



TELEPHONE 
Bus • Home 



(613) 542-6137 392-8107 
Tues. & Wed. only 

(613) 542-9727 

24 Hours (613-548-4001) 



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BROCKVILLE 



OTTAWA/CARL ETON 



G.S. Rice 
Chief of Police 



Mr. Harold A. 

Fire Chief 



Tulk 



Mr. L. (Larry) Abbott 

Coordinator 

Emergency Measures Unit 



Police Headquarters 

1 1 Queen Street 

KINGSTON, Ontario K7G 1S5 

Brockville Fire Dept. 
Perth & James Street 
BROCKVILLE, Ontario K6V 5C6 

Transportation Department 
Regional Municipality of 

Ottawa-Car leton 
222 Queen Street 
OTTAWA, Ontario K1P 5Z3 



(613) 549-4660 



(613) 342-2313 345-2547 



(613) 560-2074 



CHALK RIVER, 
ROLPH, BUCHANAN 
WYLIE & MCKAY, AND 
HEAD, CLARA & MARIA 



Mr. R.D. (Rod) Delaney 
Emergency Planning 
Coordinator 



R.R. #1 
DEEP RIVER 



K0J 1P0 



(613) 584-3311 
Ext. 2761 



584-2836 



NIPISSING DISTRICT 



Mr. W.R. Cockburn (Walter) 
Coordinator, Emerg. Plan. 



P.O. Box 448 

STURGEON FALLS, Ontario P0H 2G0 

(CPR Station, License Bureau) 



(705) 753-3300 753-2236 



TIMMINS 



Mr. A. Schaffer 
Deputy Fire Chief 



City of Tinrains 

220 Algonquin Blvd. E. 

TIMMINS, Ontario P4N 1B3 



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(705) 264-1331 



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SEPTEMBER 1986 



MUNICIPALITY 



SAULT STE. MARIE 



NAME 



Mr. J. Nelson 

Emerg. Measures Officer 



ADDRESS 



Civic Centre 

99 Foster Drive 

P.O. Box 580 

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario P6A 5N1 



TELEPHONE 
Bus . Home 



(705) 759-5396 779-3082 



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BRUCE MINES 



THUNDER BAY AREA 



IGNACE 



TOWN OF 
FORT FRANCES 



Mr. L. Knight 



To be named 

Emergency Planning Officer 



Mr. David W. Hatch 
Clerk Treasurer 



Mr. B. Chernaski (Breck) 
Fire Chief 



Town of Bruce Mines 

P.O. Box 220 

BRUCE MINES, Ontario POR 1C0 

Thunder Bay Area EMO 

101 North Waterloo Street 

THUNDER BAY, Ontario P7C 4K9 

Box 248 

200 Beaver Street 

IGNACE, Ontario POT 2T0 

P.O. Box 38 

FORT FRANCIS, Ontario P9A 3M5 



(705) 785-3340 785-9931 



DAY(807)623-2711 
Ext. 2392 



(807) 934-2202 



983-2317 
or 

623-2711* 



(807) 274-9841 274-3444 



ATIKOKAN 



Mr. F. Warren (Fin) 
Fire Chief 



P.O. Box 460 

Fire Hall 

221 Main Street 

ATIKOKAN, Ontario TOT 1C0 



(807) 597-4520 597-6366 



SIOUX LOOKOUT 



Mr. P.E. Salem 



Box 158 

5th Avenue 

SIOUX LOOKOUT, Ontario P0V 2T0 



(807) 737-2700 737-1835 



DRYDEN 



Mr. L. Maltais 
Fire Chief 



38 Van Home Avenue 
DRYDEN, Ontario P8N 2A7 



(807) 223-6244 223-4210 



* Central Communications - will 
locate E.P.O. or alternate 



MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY PLANNING OFFICERS 



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7. 



MUNICIPALITY 



RED LAKE 



fRi*MumcipAL 

AREA OF KENORA 
KEEWATIN AND 
JAFFRAY-MELICK 



NAME 



Mrs. Charlotte G. Achurch 
Clerk Administrator 



Mr. R. Belair 
Emergency Measures 
Coordinator 



ADDRESS 



Box 308 

117 Howey Street 

RED LAKE, Ontario POV 2M0 

P.O. Box 1110 

KENORA, Ontario P9N 3X7 



TELEPHONE 
Bus . Home 



(807) 727-2311 749-2481 



{807} 468-8906 



Revised Dec. 1985 



September, 1986 



CONTACT LIST III-5 



(for radioactive material releases) 



MINISTRY OF LABOUR 



RADIATION PROTECTION SERVICE 



SPECIAL STUDIES AND SERVICES BRANCH 



OFFICE No. 



OFF-HOURS No. 



(416) 965-8178 



(416) 965-1211 



ATOMIC ENERGY CONTROL BOARD 



A.E.C.B. DUTY OFFICER 



(613) 995-0479 



III-5-1 



September, 1986 
CONTACT LIST III-6 
(for medical advice) 

MINISTRY OF LABOUR 
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY DIVISION 



INFORMATION REGARDING TOXICANTS 
IN THE WORKPLACE OR 
IN THE ENVIRONMENT 



OFFICE No. OFF-HOURS No. 

(416) 965-3610 (416) 965-1211 

965-6375 



III-6-1 



September, 1986 



CONTACT LIST III-7 

(for toxic releases) 

LOCAL HEALTH AGENCIES 

(Medical Officers of Health) 

If local Health Units or Agencies cannot 
be activated, call: 



The Ontario Ministry of Health 

Emergency Health Services Duty Officer 



(24 Hrs.) 


(705 


) 726-8103 


Sault Ste. Marie 


(705 


> 759-5287 


Brantford 


(519 


) 753-7377 


Walkerton 


(519 


) 881-1920 


Oshawa 


(416 


) 723-8521 


Toronto 


(416 


461-8136 


Cornwall 


(613 


) 933-1375 


St . Thomas 


(519 


) 631-9900 


Etobicoke 


(416 


) 626-4532 


Owen sound 


(519 


) 376-9420 


Simcoe 


(519 


) 426-6170 


Cobourg 


(416 


) 372-0175 


Oakville 


(416 


) 827-2151 


Hamilton 


(416 


) 528-1441 


Belleville 


(613 


) 966-5500 


Goderich 


(519 


) 524-8301 


Chatham 


(519 


) 352-7270 


Kingston 


(613 


) 549-1232 


Sarnia 


(519 


) 344-5293 


Brockville 


(613 


> 345-5685 


London 


(519 


) 663-5317 


Bracebridge 


(705 


) 645-4471 


St . Catharines 


(416 


) 688-3762 


North Bay 


(705 


) 474-1400 


Kenora 


(807 


) 468-3147 


North York 


(416 


) 224-6197 


Ottawa 


(613 


) 722-2328 


Woodstock 


(519 


> 539-6121 


Brampton 


(416 


791-9400 


Stratford 


(519 


) 271-7600 


Peterborough 


(705 


) 743-1160 


Timmins 


(705 


) 267-1181 


Pembroke 


(613 


) 732-3629 


Scarborough 


(416 


296-7454 


Midhurst 


(705 


726-0100 


Sudbury 


(705 


) 522-9200 


Thunder Bay 


(807 


625-5900 


Kirkland Lake 


(705 


567-9355 


Toronto 


(416, 


392-7401 


Kitchener 


(519 


744-7357 


Fergus 


(519: 


843-2460 


Windsor 


(519, 


258-2146 


Toronto 


(4161 


394-2436 


Newmarket 


(416; 


895-4511 



Algoma Health Unit (District of) 

Brant County Health Unit 

Bruce County Health Unit 

Durham Department of Health Services 

(Regional Municipality of) 
East York Health Unit (Borough of) 
Eastern Ontario Health Unit 
Elgin-St. Thomas Health Unit 
Etobicoke Health Unit (City of) 
Grey-Owen Sound Health Unit (County of) 
Haldiraand-Norfolk Regional Health Unit 
Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge 

District Health Unit 
Halton Regional Health Unit 
Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Health Unit 
Hastings and Prince Edward Counties 

Health Unit 
Huron County Health Unit 
Kent-Chatham Health Unit 
Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox 

and Addington Health Unit 
Lambton Health Unit 
Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District 

Health Unit 
Middlesex-London District Health Unit 
Muskoka-Parry Sound Health Unit 
Niagara Regional Area Health Unit 
North Bay and District Health Unit 
Northwestern Health Unit 
North York Health Unit 
Ottawa-Carleton Regional Health Unit 
Oxford County Health Unit 
Peel Regional Health Department 
Perth District Health Unit 
Peterborough County-City Health Unit 
Porcupine Health Unit 

Renfrew County and District Health Unit 
Scarborough Health Department (City of) 
Simcoe County District Health Unit 
Sudbury and District Health Unit 
Thunder Bay District Health Unit 
Timiskaming Health Unit 
Toronto Health Unit (City of) 
Waterloo Regional Health Unit 
Wellington-Duf ferin-Guelph Health Unit 
Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (Metro) 
York Health Unit (City of) 
York Regional Health Unit 



III-7-1 



CONTACT LI5T III-8 
(police matters) 

ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 



September, 1986 



OPP CENTRAL COMMUNICATIONS CENTRE 
General Headquarters , Toronto 

- all communication dealing with 
spills is channeled through 
this centre 

G.H.Q. DUTY OFFICER 



416-965-5751 



HEADQUARTERS 



DISTRICT 



TELEPHONE NUMBER 



BARRIE 

BELLEVILLE 

BURLINGTON 

CHATHAM 

DOWNSVIEW 

KENORA 

LONDON 

LONG SAULT 

MOUNT FOREST 

NORTH BAY 
PERTH 

PETERBOROUGH 
SAULT STE. MARIE 
SOUTH PORCUPINE 
SUDBURY 
THUNDER BAY 



(7) 


(9) 


(3) 


(1) 


(5) 


(17) 


(2) 


(11) 


(6) 


(12) 


(10) 


(8) 


(14) 


(15) 


(13) 


(16) 



70 5-726-6484 
613-968-6495 
416-681-251 1 
519-352-1122 
416-248-3151 
807-468-8971 
519-681-0300 
613-534-2223 
519-323-3130 

705-472-4343 
613-267-2626 
705-742-0401 
705-759-1100 
705-235-3345 
705-522-3388 
807-344-8421 



III-8-1 



September, 1986 



CONTACT LIST III-9 
(federal installations or facilities) 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS DIVISION 
DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

ONTARIO REGION 



Mr . R. Booth 

Regional, Environmental Emergencies Coordinator 

25 St. Clair Avenue, E. (7th Floor) 

Toronto , Ontario 

M4T 1M2 



(416) 973-5840 
after hours 
(416) 469-7157 
Telex: 0623601 



Alternates ; 

Mr. J. P. Auclair 

Operations Officer 

25 St. Clair Avenue, E. (7th Floor) 

Toronto, Ontario 

M4T 1M2 

Mr . D . Cameron 

Manager 

National Capital Area 

Ottawa, Ontario 



(416) 973-5840 

after hours 

(416) 469-7157 

Telex : 0623601 

Office (613) 998-8830 
Home (613) 258-3145 



III-9-1 



September , 1 9 8<S 



CONTACT LIST III- 10 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



NORTHWESTERN REGION 



Kenora 



808 Robertson Street 
Box 5160 
Kenora, Ontario 
P9N 3X9 



(807) 468-3111 07-592510 



Districts 



Red Lake 



P.O. Box 5003 
Highway 105 
Red Lake, Ontario 
P0V 2M0 



(807) 727-2253 07-55308 






Kenora 



808 Robertson Street 
P.O. Box 5080 
Kenora, Ontario 
P9N 3X9 



(807) 468-9841 07-592510 



Dryden 



P.O. Box 730 
Dryden, Ontario 
P8N 2Z4 



(807) 223-3341 07-591546 



Sioux Lookout 



P.O. Box 309 

Sioux Lookout, Ontario 

P0V 2T0 



(807) 737-TT40 07-596511 



Fort Frances 



922 Scott Street 
Fort Frances , Ontario 
P9A 1J4 



(807) 274-5337 07-594523 



Ignace 



Box 448 

Ignace, Ontario 
POT 1T0 



(807) 934-2233 07-34503 



III-10-1 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



NORTH CENTRAL REGION 



Thunder Bay 



Ontario Gov't Bldg. 
435 James Street South 
P.O. Box 5000 
Thunder Bay "F", Ontario 
P7C 5G6 



(807) 475-1261 07-34158 



Districts 



Atikokan 



108 Saturn Avenue 
Atikokan, Ontario 
POT 1C0 



(807) 597-6971 073-4229 



Thunder Bay 



Ontario Gov't Bldg. 
435 James Street, S. 
P.O. Box 5000 
Thunder Bay "F", Ontario 



(807) 475-1511 07-34158 



Nipigon 



P.O. Box 970 
Nipigon, Ontario 
POT 2J0 



(807) 887-2120 073-4130 



Geraldton 



P.O. Box 640 

208 Beamish Ave. W. 

Geraldton POT 1M0 



(807) 854-1030 



Terrace Bay 



P.O. Box 280 
Terrace Bay, Ontario 
POT 2W0 



(807) 825-3205 073-4136 



III-10-2 



Districts 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



NORTHERN REGION 



<f~ 



Cochrane 



Timrains 



140 Fourth Avenue 
P.O. Box 3000 
Cochrane, Ontario 
POL 1C0 

60 Wilson Avenue 
Timmins, Ontario 
P4N 2S7 



(705) 272-7014 06-781631 



(705) 267-1401 06-781668 



Hearst 



631 Front Street 
P.O. Box 670 
Hearst, Ontario 
POL 1N0 



(705) 362-4346 067-78531 



Kapuskasing 



6-8-10 Government Road 
Kapuskasing, Ontario 
P5N 2W4 



(705) 335-6191 067-78542 



Moosonee 



Box 190 

Moosonee, Ontario 
POL 1Y0 



(705) 336-2987 067-81584 



Cochrane 



Kirkland Lake 



2 Third Avenue S. 
P.O. Box 730 
Cochrane, Ontario 
POL 1C0 (Hwy. 11) 

Box 129 

Swastika, Ontario 
POK 1T0 



(705) 272-4365 067-81558 



(705) 642-3222 06-782578 



Timmins 



896 Riverside Drive 
Timmins, Ontario 
P4N 3W2 



(705) 267-7951 067-81530 



Gogama 
Chapleau 



P.O. Box 129 
Gogama POM 1W0 

190-192 Cherry Street 
Chapleau, Ontario 
POM 1K0 



(705) 894-2000 067-7317 



(705) 864-1710 067-7238 



III-10-3 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



NORTHEASTERN REGION 



Sudbury 



199 Larch Street 
Sudbury, Ontario 
P3E 5P9 



(705) 675-4120 067-7269 



Districts 



Wawa 



22 Mission Road 
P.O. Box 1160 
Wawa, Ontario 
POS 1K0 



(705) 856-2396 067-7332 



Sault Ste. Marie 



875 Queen Street, E. 
P.O. Box 130 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 
P6A 5L5 



(705) 949-1231 067-77167 



Blind River 



Espanola 



Sudbury 



Temagami 



North Bay 



62 Queen Street 
P.O. Box 190 
Blind River, Ontario 
P0R 1B0 

P.O. Box 1340 

148 Fleming Street 

Espanola POP 1C0 

P.O. Box 3500 
Station "A" 
Sudbury, Ontario 
P3A 4S2 

P.O. Box 38 
Lakeshore Drive 
Temagami P0H 2H0 

P.O. Box 3070 
North Bay, Ontario 
P1B 8K7 



(705) 356-2234 067-7312 



(705) 869-1330 067-7318 



(705) 522-7823 067-7356 



(705) 569-3622 067-82551 



(705) 474-5550 067-76279 






III-10-4 



Districts 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



ALGONQUIN REGION 
Huntsville 



Box 9000 
Brendale Square 
Huntsville POA 1K0 



(705) 789-9611 0687-5611 



Parry Sound 



4 Miller Street 
Parry Sound, Ontario 
P2A 1S8 



(705) 746-4201 



Bracebridge 



P.O. Box 1138 
Bracebridge, Ontario 
P0B 1C0 



(705) 645-8747 



Algonquin Park 



Minden 



Box 219 

Whitney K0J 2M0 

Minden, Ontario 
K0M 2K0 



(705) 637-2780 



(705) 286-1521 



Bancroft 



P.O. Box 500 
Bancroft, Ontario 
K0L 1C0 



(613) 332-3940 



Pembroke 



Riverside Drive 
P.O. Box 220 
Pembroke, Ontario 
K8A 6X4 



(613) 732-3661 



III-10-5 



Districts 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



'*, 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



EASTERN REGION 



Kemptville 



Prov. Gov't Bldg. 
Concession Road 
Kemptville, Ontario 
KOG 1J0 



(613) 258-3413 053-4163 



Cornwall 



P.O. Box 1749 
113 Amelia Street 
Cornwall, Ontario 
K6H 5V7 



(613) 933-1774 05-811526 



Brockville 



P.O. Box 605 
Oxford Avenue 
Brockville K6V 5V8 



(613) 342-8524 



Tweed 



265 Metcalf Street 
Tweed, Ontario 
KOK 3J0 



(613) 478-2330 06-62258 



Napanee 



1 Richmond Blvd. 
Napanee, Ontario 
K7R 3S3 



(613) 354-2173 066-3229 



Carleton Place 



1 Findlay Avenue 
Carleton Place, Ontario 
K7C 3Z6 



(613) 257-5735 053-3015 



III-10-6 



Districts 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



CENTRAL REGION 



Richmond Hill 



10670 Yonge Street (416) 883-3256 
Richmond Hill, Ontario 
L4C 3C9 



Lindsay 



Ontario Gov't Bldg. 
322 Kent Street, W. 
Lindsay, Ontario 
K9V 4T7 



(705) 324-6121 



Maple 



Maple, Ontario 
LOJ 1E0 



(416) 832-2761 



Huronia 



Midhurst, Ontario 
LOL 1X0 



(705) 728-2900 



Cambridge 



P.O. Box 2186 
Beaverdale Road 
Cambridge, Ontario 
N3C 2W1 



(519) 658-9355 069-59367 



Niagara 



Highway No. 20 
P.O. Box 1070 
Fonthill, Ontario 
LOS 1E0 



(416) 892-2656 



III-10-7 



*~ 



September, 1986 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



(Cont'd) 



OFFICE 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 
Business Telex 



SOUTHWESTERN REGION 



London 



P.O. Box 5463 

659 Exeter Road (Hwy 135) 

London, Ontario 

N6A 4L6 



(519) 661-2800 064-7248 



Districts 



Simcoe 



P.O. Box 706 (Hwy 3) 
548 Queensway West 
Simcoe, Ontario 
N3Y 4T2 



(519) 426-7650 



Aylmer 



Chatham 



Wingham 



Owen Sound 



353 Talbot Street, W. 
P.O. Box 940 
Aylmer, Ontario 
N5H 2S8 

Kent County Municipal 

Building 
435 Grand Avenue, W. 
P.O. Box 1168 
Chatham, Ontario 
N7M 5L8 

R.R. #5 

Highway No. 4 South 
Wingham, Ontario 
NOG 2W0 

611 Ninth Avenue, E. 
Owen Sound, Ontario 
N4K 3E4 



(519) 773-9241 



(519) 354-7340 



(519) 357-3131 06-955227 



(519) 376-3860 06-875768 



III-10-8 



September, 1986 



HEAD OFFICE: 



AREA #1 



AREA #2 



AREA #3 



CONTACT LIST I II- 11 

(gas and oil drilling operations) 

PETROLEUM RESOURCES SECTION 

MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



659 Exeter Road 
London, Ontario 
N6A 4L6 

Supervisor: P. A. Palonen 

Mike Hunter 

Deputy Chief Inspector 

P.O. Box 706 

548 Queensway West 

Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 4T2 

Rod Corea 

Chatham District Office 

435 Grand Avenue, W. 

Chatham, Ontario 

N7M 5L8 



(519) 



661-2800 



(519) 426-7650, Office 
(519) 426-5089, Home 
(Turkey Point, Ontario) 
Pager #1-552-7367 



(519) 354-7340, Office 
(519) 352-9211, Home 
(Chatham, Ontario) 



Essex county 
Kent County: 
Elgin county: 
Middlesex County : 
Lake Erie: 



Including Walpole Island 
Aldborough, Dunwich Twps. 
Mosa, Ekfrid Twps. 
West of Port Stanley and some of 
Central Lake Erie 



Bob Sealey 

Chatham District Office 

435 Grand Avenue. W. 

Chatham, Ontario 

N7M 5L8 



(519) 354-7340, Office 
(519) 682-2147, Home 
(Comber, Ontario) 



Lambton county 
Middlesex County: 



Metcalf, Adelaide, West Williams, 
East Williams, McGillivray 



R.L. Lewis 

Aylmer District Office 
353 Talbot Street, W. 
Aylmer, Ontario 

N5H 2S8 

Elgin: 

Middlesex County: 
Oxford County: 
NorfolK County: 



(519) 773-9241, Office 
(519) 765-4318, Home 
(Springford, Ontario) 



Southwold, Yarmouth, South Dorchester, 
Malahide, Bayham Twps. 
Caradoc, Lobo, Delaware, Westminister, 
London, N. Dorchester, W. Nissouri Twps. 
E. Nissouri, W. Zorra, E. Zorra, 
N. Norwich, S. Norwich Twps. 
Middleton, Houghton, N. Walsingham, 
S. Walsingham, Charlotteville Twps. 



* Lake Erie: Some of the operations in Central and Eastern Lake Erie 

III-11-1 



September, 1986 



PETROLEUM RESOURCES SECTION 



AREA #4 & 



AREA #5 



Mike Hunter 
548 Queensway West 
Simcoe, Ontario 
N3Y 4T2 

Oxford County: 
Brant County: 
Norfolk County: 
Haldimand County: 

Wentworth County : 



Lake Erie; 



(519) 426-7650, Office 
(519) 426-5089, Home 
(Turkey Point, Ontario) 
Pager #1-552-7367 

Blandf ord, Blenheim Twps . 

Windham, Townsend, Woodhouse Twps . 
Walpole, Rainham, N. Cayuga, S. Cayuga, 
Dunn, Canborough, Oneida, Seneca Twps. 
Beverly, W. Flamborough, E. Flamborough 
Ancaster, varton, Saltfleet, Glanford, 
Binbrooke Twps . 

Some of the operations in Eastern and 
Central Lake Erie 



AREA #6 Bob Sealey 

Chatham District Office 
435 Grand Avenue West 
Chatham, Ontario 
N7M 5L8 



(519) 354-7340, Office 
(519) 682-2147, Home 
(Comber, Ontario) 



Huron, Bruce Counties and portions in the province not included 
in Areas #1 to #5. 



NOTE: 



In eastern Lake Erie, Inspectors will be assigned to rigs 
rather than specific areas for current drilling and plugging 
operations. 



III-11-2 



CONTACT LIST II I- 12 



MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION 



AND COMMUNICATIONS 



September, 1986 



District 








No. 


Office 
Chatham 


Address 
60 Keil Drive 


Telephone 


1 


519-354-1400 


2 


London 


659 Exeter Road 


519-681-1441 


3 


Stratford 


581 Huron Street 


519-271-3550 


4 


Burlington 


1182 N. Shore Blvd. East 
Burlington, Ontario 


416-637-5625 


5 


Owen Sound 


1450 Seventh Avenue East 


519-376-7350 


6 


Toronto 


5000 Yonge Street 
Willowdale, Ontario 
M2N 6E9 


416-224-7483 


7 


Port Hope 


138 Hope Street North 


416-885-6381 


8 


Kingston 


355 Counter Street 


613-544-2220 


9 


Ottawa 


530 Tremblay Road 


613-745-6841 


10 


Bancroft 


64 MoncJc road 


613-332-3220 


11 


Huntsville 


207 Main Street West 


705-789-2391 


13 


North Bay 


477 McKeown Avenue 


705-472-7900 


14 


New Liskeard 


500 Rockley Road 


705-647-6761 


16 


Cochrane 


50 Third Avenue 


705-272-4333 


17 


Sudbury 


Highway 69S 
McFarlane Lake Road 
Sudbury 


705-522-9380 


18 


Sault Ste. Marie 


160 MacDougall Street 


705-256-5682 


19 


Thunder Bay 


615 S. James Street 


807-577-6451 


20 


Kenora 


808 Robertson Street 


807-468-6494 



III-12-1 



1986 

CONTACT LIST 111-13 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES 
ESTABLISHED IN ONTARIO UNDER THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 



# * * # 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Conservation Authorities established 

in Ontario 3 " 

Number of square kilometres within the 

jurisdiction of Conservation Authorities I '2,86 1 

Municipalities participating in one 

or more Conservation Authorities Regional I 

Local 497 

Members appointed to Conservation Authorities 

(including members appointed by the 

Lieutenant Governor in Council) ^36 

♦♦♦a********************************************* 

THE ASSOCIATION OF CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES OF ONTARIO 

Chairman: Dennis Reed, 407 Carrie Crescent, 

Kingston K7M 5X7 
Telephone: Bus. 544-6920 ext. 223 
Res. 389-3478 

V. Chairman: Brock Harris, 6583 Walker's Line, 

R.R. 2, Milton L9T 2X6 
Telephone: Res. 335-8045 

Executive J. Russell Powell, Box 389, 71 King Rood 

Director: King City LOG IKO 

Telephone: Bus. 833-5023; Res. 727-8762 

V. Chairman - Vice Chairman Dir. Op's. - Director of Operations 

Sec. Treas. - Secretary Treasurer Gen. Mgr. - General Manager 

Res. Mgr. - Resources Manager * (Asterisk) - Authority Office Address 

IC - Inter City (from Queen's Park only) 

Further information and complete membership lists are available from: 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES & WATER MANAGEMENT BRANCH 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Room 5620, Whitney Block, Queen's Park 

Toronto, Ontario M7AIW3 

Telephone: (416)965-6283 

III-13-1 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



2. 



AUSABLE-6AYF1ELD 
Area: 2450 km 2 

32 Municipalities 
35 Members 

Est. Ausable River C.A. 
July 30, 1946 
Enl. Mar. 12, 1953 
Enl. July 21, 1971 
Renamed AusaHe Bayfield 
March 8, 1 972 
Enl. July 3, 1974 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Sec. Treas: 



Gen. Mgr: 



Gordon Johnson, Woodham NOK 2A0 
Telephone: Res. 229-6440 

Donald K. Lithgow, R.R. // 1 , Forest NON I JO 
Telephone: Res. 296-5527 

Ms. Sandra Arnold *Box 2410, Exeter NOM ISO 

R.R. #3 
Telephone: Bus. 235-2610; Res. 472-7651 

Tom B. Prout, *Box 24 1 0, Exeter NOM I SO 
Telephone: Bus. 235-2610; Res. 235-0389 



AREA CODE 519 



IC-Nil 



THE CATARAQUI REGION 

Area: 3331 km 2 Chairman: 



26 Municipalities 
34 Members 

Est. Dec. 17, 1964 



V. Chairman: 



Sec. Treas: 



Gen. Mgr: 



Dennis Reed, 407 Carrie Crescent, 

Kingston K7M 5X7 
Telephone: Bus. 544-6920 ext. 223 

Res. 389-3478 

John F. Conley, Box 342, Athens KOE I B0 
Telephone: Bus. 924-2422 
Res. 924-4877 

Mrs. Suzanne Bauder, *R.R. I , P.O. Box I SO 

Glenburnie K0H ISO 
Telephone: Bus. 546-4228; Res. 384-3265 

William F. Warwick, *R.R. I, Glenburnie K0H ' 
Telephone: Bus. 546-4228; Res. 389-7540 



AREA CODE 613 



IC - 823 



CATFISH CREEK 

Area: 490 km 2 

7 Municipalities 
10 Members 



Est. Feb. 23, 1 950 
Enl. Mar. 29, 1961 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 



Gen. Mgr./ 
Sec. Treas: 



William R. Caver ly, R.R.5, Aylmer N5H 2R4 
Telephone: Res. 773-2998 

Peter Laing, 82 Alma Street, St.Thomas N5P 3B I 
Telephone: Res. 631-7357 



Dennis O'Grady, *R.R. 5, Aylmer N5H 2R4 
Telephone: Bus. 773-9605; Res. 633-6215 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - 850 



III-13-2 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



>E CENTRAL LAKE ONTARIO 



Area: 627 km^ 



I Municipality 
14 Members 

Est. July 17, 1958 
Area re-defined 
Feb. 16, 1967 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Chief Admin. 
Officer: 



Joe E. Drumm, 338 Rosedale Drive, 

Whitby LIN IZ2 
Telephone: Bus. 683-3100; Res. 668-6756 

Jock Wiley, 141 Sunset Drive, Oshawa LIG 3L5 
Telephone: Bus. 725-7351; Res. 576-8409 

William M. Campbell, * 100 Whiting Avenue, Oshawa 
Telephone: Bus. 579-04 II L 1 H 3T3 

Res. 683-0632 



AREA CODE 416 



IC - 825 



CREDIT VALLEY 

Area: 1070 km 2 



8 Municipalities 
22 Members 



1st. May 13, 1954 
Enl. Feb. 17, 1955 
Enl. Mar. 31, 1971 



Chairman: 

V. Chairman: 

Sec. Treas: 
Gen. Mgr: 



Dick Martin, 2109 Greenhurst Avenue, 

Mississauga L4X 1J5 
Telephone: Res. 277-0598 

Ken G. Whillans, 35 Cumberland Drive, Brampton 
Telephone: Bus. 793-41 10 L6V IW5 

Res. 451-0230 

Ms. Vicki Barron, *Meadowvale L0J IKO 
Telephone: Bus. 451-1615; Res. 453-8941 

Glen A. Schnarr, *Meadowvale L0J IKO 
Telephone: Bus. 45 1 - 1 6 1 5; Res. 456-2478 



AREA CODE 416 



IC - Nil 



THE CROWE VALLEY 

Area: 2007 km 2 

13 Municipalities 
16 Members 

Est. Nov. 6, 1 958 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Res. Mgr: 



Graydon Harris, R.R. #3, Have lock K0L 1Z0 
Telephone: Res. (705) 778-2248 

Bill Davis, R.R. #3, Bancroft K0L ICO 
Telephone: Res. 339-2589 

Mrs. Mary Courneyea Box 416, Marmora 

K0K 2M0 
Telephone: Bus. 472-3 1 37; Res. 472-2924 

John Johnston, *Box 4 1 6, Marmora K0K 2MQ 
Telephone: Bus. 472-3137; Res. 966-682 J 



AREA CODE 613 



IC - Nil 



III-13-3 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



4. 



ESSEX REGION 

Area: 1673 km^ 



23 Municipalities 
31 Members 
Est. July 18, 1973 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



GANARASKA REGION 

Area: 935 km 2 



8 Municipalities 
14 Members 



Est. Oct. 8, 1946 
Enl. Mar. 15, 1962 
En I. July 16, 1970 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Chief Admin. 
Officer: 



Kirk Walstedt, R.R. //2, Maidstone NOR IKO 
Telephone: Bus. 723-4486; Res. 723-2261 

Shannon Olson, R.R. #4, Woodslee NOR IVO 
Telephone: Bus. 969-1750; Res. 975-2461 

Robert C. Read, *360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex 
Telephone: Bus. 776-5209 N8M 1Y6 

Res. 776-6553 

Philip R. Hale, *360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex 
Telephone: Bus. 776-5209 N8M IY6 

Res. 733-6465 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - 814 






F. Gerry Houston, 132 Centennial Drive 

Port Hope L I A 3X7 
Telephone: Bus. 885-4504; Res. 885-6838 

Mrs. Pauline Storks, Box. 125, II King Street Er 

Newcastle L0A I HO 
Telephone: Res. 987-4253 

Heather Rutherford, *Box 328, Port Hope L I A 3W4 
Telephone: Bus. 885-8 1 73 



AREA CODE 416 



IC - 826 



GRAND RIVER 

Area: 6804 km 2 



42 Municipalities 
46 Members 

Est. April 6, 1966 
(Comprising: 

Grand Valley C.A. 

Est. Feb. 26, 1948 and 

Grand River Commission 

Est. April 8, 1938) 
Enl. Nov. 28, 1968 



Chairman: 

V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



Asst. 
Gen. Mgr. 



James S. Bauer, Box 729, 400 Clyde Road, 

Cambridge NIR 5W6 
Telephone: Bus. 621-2761; Res. 885-3417 

Archie MacRobbte, R.R. #22, Cambridge 
Telephone: Res. 658-9732 N3C 2V4 

Ron Fox, *Box 729, 400 Clyde Road, 
Cambridge N I R 5W6 
Telephone: Bus. 62 1 -276 1 ; Res. 658-5295 

G.Mac Coutts, *Box 729, 400 Clyde Rd., Cambridge 
Telephone: Bus. 621-2761; Res. 653-9751 

llmar Kao, *Box 729, 400 Clyde Rd., Cambridge 
Telephone: Bus. 621-2761 NIR 5' 

Res. 658-4778 



AREA CODE 519 IC-815 

III-13-4 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



JREY SAUBLE 

Area: 3146 km 2 

24 Municipalities 
28 Members 

Est. Jan. 1 , 1 985 
{Comprising former 
North Grey Region C.A. 
Est. June 5, 1957 and 
The Saubie ValJey C.A. 
Est. July 17, 1958 
Enl. Sept. 3, 1959 
Enl. Mar. 14, 1963) 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



HALTON REGION 

Area: 1044 km 2 

4 Municipalities 
1 9 Members 



Est. Dec. 30, 1963 

(Comprising 2 former CA's 
Sixteen Mile Creek 
Est. Dec. 20, 1956 & 
Twelve Mile Creek C.A. 
Est. June 12, 1958 
Enl. Aug. I, 1963) 

Enl. May 22, 1973 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Gen. Mgr/ 
Sec. Treas: 

Asst. 
Gen. Mgr. 



HAMILTON REGION 

Area: 590 km 2 

2 Municipalities 
1 9 Members 

Est. June 1 , 1 966 
(Enl. of former 

Spencer Creek C.A. 

Est. May 18, 1958) 
Enl. March 16, 1967 
Enl. Sept. 13, 1972 

Revised March 28, 1 973 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 



Gen, Mgr: 



Asst. 

Gen. Mgr. & 

Dir. Op's: 



William Murdoch, Bognor NOH 1E0 
Telephone: Res. 371-3918 

Gordon Hotham, Box 707, Wiarton NOH 2TQ 
Telephone: Res. 534-L533 

Mrs. Betty L. Adair, *RJR. #4, Inglts Falls Road, 

Owen Sound N4K 5N6 
Telephone: Bus. 376-3076; Res. 376-09 1 3 

James W. Manicom, *RJR. #4, Inglis Falls Road, 

Owen Sound N4K 5N6 
Telephone: Bus. "37 6-30 76 ; Res. 371-4785 



AREA CODE 519 



KT-840 



Brock Harris, 6583 Walker's Line, R.R. 2* 

Milton L9T 2X6 
Telephone: Res. 335-8045 

Russell Miller, 35 Rayiawn Cr., Apt. 20, 

Georgetown L7G 4M6 
Telephone: Bus. 877-5 1 85; Res. 877-5 1 85 

Murray E. Stephen, *3I0 Main St., Milton L9T IP4 
Telephone: Bus. 878-4131; Res. 335-3244 

Robert Edmondson, *3I0 Main St., Milton L9T 1 P4 
Telephone: Bus. 878-4131; Res. 335-0784 



Direct Toronto Line 826-2855 
AREA CODE 416 IC - 820 



Archie H. McCoy, R.R. #1 , Troy LOR 2B0 
Telephone: Bus. 647-341 I 

Alan Stacey, 67 Chedoke Ave., Hamilton L3P 4P2 
Telephone: Res. 527-2274 

William Fuller, *Box 7099, 838 Mineral Springs Rd., 

Ancaster L9G 3L3 
Telephone: Bus. 525-2181 or 648-4427 

Res. 637-1555 

Ben W. Vanderbrug, *Bax 7099, Ancaster L9G 3L3 
Telephone: Bus. 525-2 1 8 1 or 648-4427 
Res. 648-4614 

John J. Coates, *Box 7099, Ancaster L9C 3L3 
Telephone: Bus. 525-2181 or 648-4427 
Res. 528-6983 



AREA CODE 416 IC-ffl 

III-13-5 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



6. 



KAWARTHA REGION 

Area: 2564 km 2 

18 Municipalities 
25 Members 

Est. Oct. 31, 1979 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



David Murray, R.R. I, Cameron KOM I GO 
Telephone: Bus. 887-3309 

Jerry Taylor, 181 Perry Street, Port Perry LOB I NO 
Telephone: Bus. 985-7346; Res. 985-3038 

Ms. Linda Winsor, *Box 819, Fenelon Falls 

15 Lindsay Street KOM [NO 
Telephone: Bus. 887-3 1 1 2; Res. 887-2414 

Ian D. Macnab, *Box 819, Fenelon Falls, KOM I NO 
Telephone: Bus. 887-31 12; Res. 887-2284 



AREA CODE 705 



IC - 882 + 705 



THE KETTLE CREEK 



Area: 515 km J 



9 Municipalities 
1 3 Members 



Est. April I, 1965 



Chairman: 

V. Chairman: 

Sec. Treas: 
Gen. Mgr: 



Scott Kennedy, I Gregory Place, 

St. Thomas N5R 4S4 
Telephone: Res. 633-4445 

Ross Harrison, 8 Rosebery Place, 

St. Thomas N5R 2H7 
Telephone: Res. 633-1449 

Mrs. Lois Collins, *R.R. 8, St. Thomas N5P 3T3 
TeleDhone: Bus. 63 1 - 1 270; Res. 633-0385 

Bryan D. Hall, *R.R. 8, St. Thomas N5P 3T3 
Telephone: Bus. 63 1 - 1 270; Res. 63 1 -04 1 7 

AREA CODE 519 IC - 862 



THE LAKEHEAD REGION 

Area: 2538 km 2 Chairman: 



9 Municipalities 
15 Members 



Est. Jan. I, 1963 
(Enlargement of former 

Neebing Valley C.A. 

Est. July 15, 1954) 



Bob Hartley, R.R. 13, Lakeshore Drive, 

Thunder Bay P7B 5E4 
Telephone: Bus. 577- 1 1 07; Res. 683-3648 

V. Chairman: Rick Potter, 127 Crescent Avenue, 

Thunder Bay P7A 7K2 
Telephone: Res. 344-9250 

Gen. Mgr./ Ms. Mervi Henttonen, *l 136 Oliver Road, Box 347^, 

Sec, Treas: Thunder Bay P7B 5J9 

Telephone: Bus. 344-5857-8-9-50 
Res. 622-4080 



AREA CODE 807 



IC-844 



III-13-6 






CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



7. 



LONG POINT REGION 

Area: 2782 km 2 

7 Municipalities 
17 Members 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Est. Jan. I, 1971 

(Comprising former Sec. Treas: 

Big Creek Valley C.A. 

Est. Sept. 9, 1948 

Enl. Big Creek Region C.A. 

Est. Aug. 5, 1954 Gen. Mgr: 

Enl. Jan. 2, 1 969 and 

Otter Creek C.A. 

Est. Aug. 5, 1 954 

Enl. Feb. 2, 1956 

Enl. Mar. 29, 1961) 



Roger Orth, R.R. # I , Burgessvi lie NO J I CO 
Telephone: Res. 424-90 1 4 

Ramsay Cairns, R.R. I, Courtland NOJ IE0 
Telephone: Res. 875-2590 

Myrna Rutherford, *Box 525, Simcoe N3Y 4N5 
Telephone: Bus. 426-4623; Res. 426-6108 



James L. Oliver, *Box 525, Simcoe N3Y 4N5 
Telephone: Bus. 426-4623; Res. 426-8022 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - 864 



THE LOWER THAMES VALLEY 

Area: 8257 km 2 Chairman: 



36 Municipalities 
40 Members 



Est. Feb. 2, 1961 
Enl. May 19, 1966 
Enl. Sept. 19, 1968 
Enl. Aug. 22, 1973 



V. Chairman: 



Gen. Mgr/ 
Sec. Treas: 



Bert Rammelaere, R.R. 2, Tilbury NOP 2L0 
Telephone: Bus. & Res. 682-0845 



J. Bernard Hann, R.R. 3, Lambeth 
Telephone: Res. 652-3481 



N0L ISO 



Jerry G. Campbell, 100 Thames St., Chatham 
Telephone: Bus. 354-7310 N7L 2Y8 

Res. 351-3548 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - 812 



THE LOWER TRENT REGION 

Area: 2121 km 2 Chairman: 



17 Municipalities 
21 Members 

Est. May 16, 1968 
Enl. Nov. 22, 1972 



V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



Paul Tripp, 108 Henry Street, Trenton K8V 3T7 
Telephone: Bus. 392- 1 256; Res. 392-6975 

Colin Crews, Box 97, Trenton K8V 5R I 
Telephone: Res. 392-8068 

Don Campbell, 441 Front Street, 
Trenton K8V 6C I 
Telephone: Bus. 394-4829; Res. 395-2934 

Jim Kelleher, *44l Front St., 

Trenton K8V 6C I 
Telephone: Bus. 394-4829; Res. 393-7972 



AREA CODE 613 
in-13-7 



IC - 827 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



3. 



THE MAITLAND VALLEY 

Area: 3261 km 2 Chairman: 



33 Municipalities 
36 Members 



V. Chairman: 



Est. Middle Maitland Valley 

Sept. 6, 1951 Sec. Treas: 

Enl. Maitland Valley C.A. 

Nov. 16, 1961 

Enl. Oct. II, 1972 

Enl. Feb. 12, 1975 Gen. Mgr: 

Enl. Apr. 15, 1976 

Enl. Sept. II, 1985 



Vince Judge, 468 Maple Avenue. Listowe 1 N4W 5 
Telephone: Bus. 291-3120 
Res. 291-3877 

Bruce McCall, Box 149, Brussels NOG I HO 
Telephone: Bus. 887-6461 
Res. 887-6481 

Mrs. Marlene Shiell, *Box 127, Wroxeter NOG 2X0 
Telephone: Bus. 335-3557 
Res. 291-1186 

R. L. Tervit, *Box 127, Wroxeter NOG 2X0 
Telephone: Bus. 335-3557 
Res. 335-6409 



AREA CODE 519 



IC- Nil 






MATTAGAMI REGION 

Area: 10930 km 2 

I Municipality 
8 Members 



Est. Nov. 30, 1 96 1 
Enl. Jan 30, 1974 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 

Gen. Mgr: 



Ernie R. White, P.O. Box 1539, South Porcupine 
Telephone: Res. 235-4946 PON I HO 

Hank R. Btelek, 226 Wende Avenue, 

Timmins P4N 3E7 
Telephone: Res. 264-4425 

Brian J. Tees, * J 33 Cedar St. South, 

Timmins P4N 2G9 
Telephone: Bus. 264-5309; Res. 264-3868 



AREA CODE 705 



IC - 882 ♦ 705 



' 



THE METROPOLITAN TORONTO & REGION 



Area: 3802 km J 



6 Municipalities 
31 Members 

Est. Feb. I, 1957 

(Comprising former 
C.A.'s established: 
Etobicoke- July 30, 1947 
Enl. Etob.-Mimico 
Dec. I, 1949 
Humber - Apr. 29, 1948 
Don -Apr. 29, 1948 
Rouge-Duff in-High land- 
Petticoat - Apr. I, 1954) 

Enl. Sept. 8, 1971 

Enl. Jan. 3, 1974 






Chairman: William T. Foster 5 Shoreham Dr., 

Downsview M3N IS4 
Telephone: Bus. 661-6600; Res. 244-9969 

V. Chairman: Mrs. Lois Hancey, *5 Shoreham Drive, Downs view 

Telephone: Bus. 661-6600; Res. 884-4569 

Gen. Mgr./ William A. McLean, *5 Shoreham Drive, 

Sec. Treas: Downsview M3N IS4 

Telephone: Bus. 661-6600 
Res. 767-5754 



ill 



AREA CODE 416 

-13-8 



IC - Nil 






CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



9. 



,HE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 

Area: 4450 km 2 Chairman: 



22 Municipalities 
30 Members 

Est. May 2, 1968 



V, Chairman: 



Sec. Treas: 



Gen. Mgr: 



Lyall Stewart, R.R. I, Ompah KOH 2J0 
Telephone: Res. 479-2486 

Phillip Sweetnam, Box 970, Stittsville KOA 3G0 
Telephone: Res. 836-3298 
Bus. 836-3005 

Mrs. Joan Sargeant, *Box 268, Lanark K0G IK0 
Telephone: Bus. 259-242 I ; Res. 259-3 1 66 

Dell Hallett *Box 268, Lanark K0G IK0 
Telephone: Bus. 259-2421 
Res. 256-3787 



AREA CODE 613 



IC-860 



MOIRA RIVER 

Area: 2875 km 2 

17 Municipalities 
21 Members 

Est. July 31, 1947 
Enl. Oct. 3, 1973 



Chairman: 
V. Chcirman: 
Sec. Treas: 
Gen. Mgn 



StuMeeks, 48-54 Dundas St. E., Belleville K8N IBS 
Telephone: Bus. 968-3434; Res. 962-5062 

Bob Craig, Tamworth KQK 3G0 
Telephone: Res. 379-2236 

Brian A. Watson, *Box 698, Bellevil le K8N 5B3 
Telephone: Bus. 968-3434; Res. 395-3206 

, *Box 698, Belleville K8N 5B3 
Telephone: Bus. 968-3434; Res. 

AREA CODE 613 IC - 827 



NAPANEE REGION 

Area: 1961 km 2 

17 Municipalities 
20 Members 

Est. Nov. 20, 1 947 
Enl. July 8, 1965 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



Duane Williams, Camden East K0K I JO 
Telephone: Res. 378-2241 

Phil Leonard, Hartington KOH I W0 
Telephone: Res. 372-2002 

Mrs. Donna Giberson, *25 Ontario St. West, 

Napanee K7R 3S6 
Telephone: Bus. 354-33 1 2 

John DuChene, *25 Ontario Street West, 

Napanee K7R 3S6 
Telephone: Bus. 354-33 1 2 



AREA CODE 613 



IC - 857 



ni-13-9 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



10. 



THE NIAGARA PENINSULA 

Area: 2424 km 2 Chairman: 






3 Municipalities 
23 Members 



Est. April 30, 1959 
Revised Mar. 16, 1967 



V. Chairman: 



Gen. Mgr./ 
Sec. Treas: 



Alfred Marinelli, 134 Steele St., Port Colborne 
Telephone: Bus. & Res. 834-6 1 42 L3K 4X5 

Jack Hickey, 77 Mansfield Drive, Ancaster 
Telephone: Bus. & Res. 648-6397 L9G IM6 



Andy L. Burt, *Centre Street, Allanburg LOS I A0 
Telephone: Bus. 227-1013 
Res. 295-6454 



AREA CODE 416 



IC-8I9 



NICKEL DISTRICT 

Area: 7547 km 2 

2 Municipalities 
1 6 Members 



Est. June 6, 1 973 

(Amalgamation of former 
GA.'s established: 
Junction Creek C.A. - 
Dec. 12, 1957 
Enl. Oct. 9, 1969 and 
Whitson Valley C.A. 
Sept. 3, 1 959) 

Enl. Oct. 18, 1973 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Sec. Treas: 



Dir. Op's 



Rheal Proulx, 1494 Dupu is Drive, Han mer POM IY0 
Telephone: Bus. 674-5249; Res. 969-3171 

Robert Tyler, 1042 Grandview Blvd., 

Sudbury P3A 2H2 
Telephone: Bus. 674-7551; Res. 566-1389 

_. 

Doug C. Mansfield, *West Tower, Civic Square, 

200 Brady Street, Sudbury P3E 5K3 
Telephone: Bus. 674-5249; Res. 983-2279 

Al C. Bonnis, *West Tower, Civic Square, 

200 Brady Street, Sudbury P3E 5K3. 
Telephone: Bus. 674-5249; Res. 560-3928 



AREA CODE 705 



IC - 841 



NORTH BAY-MATTAWA 

Area: 2807 km 2 



10 Municipalities 
15 Members 

Est. June 21, 1972 
Enl. Dec. 23, 1982 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec. Mgr: 



Ward E. Smith, R.R. 4, Powassan P0H I Z0 
Telephone: Bus. and Res. 724-6223 

Kenneth Adams, R.R. 2, Mattawa 
Telephone: Bus. and Res. 766-2628 

William F. Beckett, *Box 1215, 

North Bay PIB8K4 

Bus. 474-5420; Res. 476- 1 847 



Telephone 
AREA CODE 705 



IC - 843 



111-13-10 












CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



II. 






THE NOTTAWASAGA VALLEY 

Area- 3134 km 2 Chairman: 



28 Municipalities 
32 Members 

Est. May 5, 1 960 



V. Chairman: 



Sec. Treas: 



Gen. Mgr.: 



Jim Arnold, 54 King Street North, 

Cookstown LOL ILO 
Telephone: Res. 458-9074 

Gerard Moron, R.R. #2, Phelpston LOL 2K0 
Telephone: Res. 322- 1 309 

Mrs. Ursula Abbott, *R.R. I, Angus LOM I BO 
Telephone: Bus. 424- 1 479 
Res. 466-3202 

Dan White, *R.R. I, Angus LOM IBO 
Telephone: Bus. 424-1479 
Res. 466-3115 



AREA CODE 705 



IC-847 



THE OTONABEE REGION 

Area: 1892 km 2 Chairman: 



15 Municipalities 
20 Members 



V. Chairman: 



Est. Otonabee Valley C.A. 

July 9, 1959 

En I. Otonabee Region C.A. 

March 24, 1 960 Gen. Mgr./ 

Enl. March 29, 1961 Sec. Treas: 

Enl. March 13, 1969 

Enl. Jan. 8, 1981 



G.D. Adair, R.R. // 1 , Peterborough K9J 6X2 
Telephone: Res. 292-82 1 1 

Michael Reader, R.R. #7, 

Peterborough K9J 6X8 
Telephone: Res. 742-7395 



Hal G. Hooke, *727 Lansdowne Street West, 

Peterborough K9J IZ2 
Telephone: Bus. 745-579 1 ; Res. 745-35 1 5 



AREA CODE 705 



IC - 893 



THE PRINCE EDWARD REGION 



Area: 1010 km' 



10 Municipalities 
13 Members 

Est. Dec. 9, 1965 



Chairman: 

V. Chairman: 
Admin. Sec.: 



Gen Mgr./ 
Sec. Treas: 



George Vincent, 142 Main Street, 

Bloomfield K0K I GO 
Telephone: Res. 393-2838 

Tom Mills, P.O. Box 2240, Picton K0K 2T0 
Telephone: Res. 476-5654 

Mrs. Anna Marie Ferguson Box 310, 

Picton K0K 2T0 
Telephone: Bus. 476-7408; Res. 476-6659 

Terry Murphy, Box 310, 

Picton K0K 2T0 
Telephone: Bus. 476-7408; Res. 



AREA CODE 613 IC - 861 

III-13-ll 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



12. 






RAISIN REGION 
Area: 1481 km 2 

IK) Municipalities 

{■ f 4 Members 



Eat. Oct. 10, 1963 
EinJ. Feb. 29, 1968 
Beri. Jan 30, 1 974 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 



Charles Songster, R.R. //I, Bainsville KOC IE0 
Telephone: Bos. 347-2554; Res. 347-3358 

William T. Cooper, Box 399, Lancaster KOC I NO 
Telephone: Res. 347-2467 



Financial & Jacques Legault, *Box 10, Marti ntown KOC ISO 

Admin. Officer Telephone: Bus. 528-4584 or 528-430 1 -- 

Gen. Mgr./ James Currier, *Box 10, Marti ntown KOC ISO 

Sec. Treas: Telephone: Bus. 528-4584 or 528-430 1 

Res. 931-1564 



AREA CODE 613 



IC - 810 



RiDEAU VALLEY 



Area: 4095 km 2 

30 Municipalities 
540 Members 



Est. March 31, 1966 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 



Gen. Mgr./ 
Sec. Treas: 



David Crowley, 26 Glenview Cres., Perth K7H 2L2 
Telephone: Bus. 267-2702; Res. 267-3306 

Dr. Grant M. Carman, 29 Evergreen Drive, 

Nepeon K2H 6C5 
Telephone: Res. 828-2818 

Ollie Stirajs, *Box 599, Mill Street, 
Manotick K0A 2N0 
Telephone: Bus. 692-3571; Res. 828-8795 



AREA CODE 613 



IC - 821 






SAUGEEN VALLEY 

Area: 4455 km 2 

Ail Municipalities 
4»4 Members 

Est. March 16, 1950 
Enl. May 27, 1954 
En I. Nov. 18, 1971 



Chairman: Karl Wilken, 608 - I Ith Ave., Hanover N4N 2S6 

Telephone: Bus. 364-1640; Res. 364-3863 

1st V.Chairman: Harold Fair, Box 1 178, Kincardine NOG 2G0 
Telephone: Res. 396-7082 

Sec. Treas: Peter L.M. Heard, *R.R. 1 , Hanover N4N 3B8 

Telephone: 8us. 364-1255; Res. 363-3719 

Gen. Mgr: Ken R. Westman, *R.R. I , Hanover N4N 383 

Telephone: Bus. 364- 1 255; Res. 364- 1 269 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - Nil 



111-13-12 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 






fHE SAULT STE. MARIE REGION 



Area: 300 km 2 

2 Municipalities 
7 Members 



Est. Nov. 21, 1963 
Enl. May 31, 1978 



Chairman: 



V. Chairman: 



Sec. Treas: 



Jock Campbell, 8 The Crescent, Main Floor 

Sault Ste. Marie P6B 2X4 
Telephone: Bus. 253-0371; Res. 949-4477 

Walter Borowicz, 48 Princess Crescent, 

Soult Ste. Marie P6B 3P3 
Telephone: Bus. 256-5636; Res. 949-8750 

Ralph P. Yanni, *99 Foster Drive, Civic Centre, 
Sault Ste. Marie P6A 5X6 

Telephone: Bus. 759-5342 
Res. 253-9004 



AREA CODE 705 



IC - 842 



SOUTH LAKE S1MCOE 

Area: 2613 km 2 

9 Municipalities 
25 Members 

Est. Jan. I, 1971 

(Enlargement of former 
Upper Holland Valley 
Est. Sept. 6, 1951 
Enl. Holland Valley CA 
March 24, I960) 

Enl. Dec. 18, 1974 

Enl. May 10, 1978 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 
Sec, Treas: 



Chief Admin. 
Officer: 



Angus Morton, R.R. I, Queens vi lie LOG !R0 
Telephone: Res. 478-4603 

Allan Glassford, R.R. //I, Beeton LOG IA0 
Telephone: Res. 729-2923 

Ms. Myrna Hunter, *Box 282, 120 Bayview Ave., 

Newmarket L3Y 4X I 
Telephone: Bus. 895- 1 28 1 ; Res. 898-2854 

Basil Noels, *Box 282, 120 Bayview Avenue, 

Newmarket L3Y 4X1 
Telephone: Bus. 895- 1 28 1 ; Res. 898-268 i 

Toronto Number 773-6482 

AREA CODE 416 IC - 848 






SOUTH NATTON RIVER 

Area: 3916 km 2 

28 Municipalities 
34 Members 

Est. May 8, 1 947 






Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 



Dir., Finance 
& Admin. 



Gen. Mgr./ 
Sec. Treas: 



Gaston Patenaude, R.R. I , Embrun K0A I W0 
Telephone: Res. 443-5466 

John Whitteker, R.R. I, Williamsburg K0C 2H0 
Telephone: Res. 535-2394 

Ken Dun lop, *Box 69, Berwick KOC I GO 
Telephone: Bus. 984-2400 or 984-2498 
Res. 984-2453 

James Windsor, *Box 69, Berwick KOC I GO 
Telephone: Bus. 984-2400 or 984-2498 
Res. 448-2027 



II 



I _ 1 A_r||A CODE 613 IC - Nil 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



. 14. 



ST. CLAIR REGION 

Area: 3805 km 2 

34 Municipalities 
41 Members 

Est. Aug. 22, 1973 
(Enlargement of former 

Sydenham Valley C.A. 

Est. Jan. 12, 1961) 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 

Sec. Treas: 

Gen. Mgr: 



Charles J. McEwen, R.R. 2, Wyoming NON I TO 
Telephone: Res. 845-3834 

William Boyd, 317 Helena Street, 

Point Edward N7V I R8 
Telephone: Res. 336-4515 

Robert C. Monk, *205 Mill Pond Crescent, 

Strathroy N7G 3P9 
Telephone: Bus.- 245-37 1 0; Res. 652-5196 

John F. King, *205 Mill Pond Crescent, 

Strathroy N7G 3P9 
Telephone: Bus. 245-3710; Res. 245-0762 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - Nil 



UPPER THAMES RIVER 

Area: 3432 km 2 

27 Municipalities 
33 Members 



Est. Sept. 18, 1947 
En I. May 6, 1954 
Enl. July 13, 1977 



Chairman: 
V. Chairman: 

Sec. Treas: 
Gen. Mgr: 



Hugh Munro, R.R. I , Lakeside NOM 2G0 
Telephone: Bus. 349-2836; Res. 284-3232 

William Lane, 203 Thames Cres., 

Dorchester N0L I GO 
Telephone: Bus. 268-7334; Res. 268-7646 

Lou J. Trottier, *Box 6278, Station "D", 

London NSW 5S I 
Telephone: Bus. 45 1 -2800; Res. 681-6236 

Don R. Pearson, *Box 6278, Station "D", 

London NSW 5S I 
Telephone: Bus. 451-2800; Res. 433-8265 



AREA CODE 519 



IC - 813 



111-13-14 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



!5. 



REGIONAL OFFICES - MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



Central Region 

10670 Yange St., Richmond Hill L4C 3C9 
Telephone: (416)884-9203 (IC - Nil) 



- Michele Fordyce 
883-3256 

- Tom M. Kurtz 
883-3279 

- Jock J. McFadden 
883-3262 

Authorities Within Region 



Regional Director 
Regional Engineer 
R.C.A.P.C. 



Central Lake Ontario 

Ganaraska 

Hal ton 

Kawartha 

Niagara 

Otonabee 



Credit 

Grand 

Hamilton 

M.T.R.C.A. 

Nottawasaga 

S. Lake Simcoe 



Nort h ea s t e rn Region 

Ont. Govt. Bldgs., 1 99 Larch St., 

Sudbury P3E 5P9 

Telephone: (705)675-4104 (IC-841) 



Regional Director 
Regional Engineer 
R.C.A.P.C. 



Mike Klugman 

675-4120 

Harvey Walsh 

675-4100 

Andy W. McClellan 

675-4104 



Authorities Within Region 

Nickel District North Bay-Mattawa 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Southwestern Region 

Box 5443, 659 Exeter Rd., London N6A 4L6 
Telephone: (519)661-2800 (IC-813) 



Regional Director 
Regional Engineer 
R.C.A.P.C. 



- W. Dennis Schafer 
661-2743 

- Peter Crook 
661-2722 

- Robert Messervey 
661-2736 

Authorities Within Region 

Ausable Bayfield Catfish 

Essex Grey-Sauble 

Kettle Long Point 

Lower Thames Maitland 

Saugeen St. Clair 
Upper Thames 



Eastern Region 

Government Building, Van Buren otreet, 
KemptviJIe K0G IJ0 
Telephone: (613)258-3413 (IC - 880) 
(613)238-7326 (IC - 821) 



Regional Director 
Regional Engineer 
R.C.A.P.C. 



- John R. Oatway 

- Roland Stork 

- J. Dennis Murray 



Autho r i ties Within Region 



Cataragui 

Lower Trent 

Moira 

Prince Edward 

Rideau 



Crowe 
Mississippi 
Napanee 
Raisin 
South Nation 



North-Central Region 

435 James 5t. South, Box 5000 
Thunder Bay 'P, P7C 5G6 
Telephone: (807)475-1261 (IC - 844) 

Regional Director - George P. Elliott 

Regional Engineer - R. Bruce Adamson 

R.CA.P.C. - Nil 

Regional Lands Co-ordinator - Dave Murray 

475-1321 

Authority Within Region 
Lakehead 



Northern Region 

1 40 Fourth Ave., Box 3000, Cochrane POL I CO 
Telephone: (705) 272-4287 (IC - 882 + 705) 

Regional Director - Ray A. Riley 

272-7014 
Regional Engineer - (see Sub-office) 



Regional Sub-office 

60 Wilson Ave., Timmins P4N 2S7 
Telephone: (705) 267- 1 40 1 (IC - 882 * 705) 

Regional Engineer - Mike Paradis 
R.C.A.P.C. - Mike Paradis 



111-13-15 



Authority Within Region 
Mattagami 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES - 1986 



REGIONAL OFFICES - MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 



Algonquin Region 

Box 9000, Huntsville POA IKO 
Telephone: (705)789-9611 OC - 845) 



Regional Director 
Regional Engineer 



Ron M. Christie 
Paul Stephen 



R.C.A.P.C. -* Nil 

Authorities Within Region - Nil 



Northw es tern Region 

608 Robertson St", Box 5160, Kenora P9N 3X9 
Telephone: (807)468-3111 (IC - Nil) 



Regional Director 
Regional Engineer 



Telephone: 
R.C.A.P.C. 



Don R. Johnston 
R. Bruce Adamson 
Thunder Bay 
(807)475-1261 (IC - 844) 
- Nil 



Authorities Within Region - Nil 



111-13-16 



CONTACT LIST III- 17 



INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS 



SEPTEMBER, 1986 



The names of independent contractors, which were initially obtained from 
spill reports retained by this Ministry, are listed and arranged 
alphabetically as well as indexed by areas corresponding to those areas 
served by this Ministry's district offices. Details of equipment and 
services provided in this publication were obtained through correspondence 
which this Ministry initiated with the contractors. 

In publishing this list, the Ministry of the Environment does not 
endorse the contractors nor does the Ministry imply that the contractors are 
licensed under The Environmental Protection Act as waste haulers, or licensed 
under any other act . The listing merely identifies contractors who have 
indicated willingness to participate in the clean up of spills in the areas 
of Ontario identified in Section 1 . 

Contractors listed in this Annex are expected to familiarize themselves 
with this Ministry's requirements for waste haulage and disposal, as well as 
other placarding, licensing, and related requirements. 

Contractors wishing to be included in future updates should contact 
the: 

Spills Action Centre 
Contingency Planning Program 
Ministry of the Environment 
7 Over lea Blvd. 
Toronto, Ontario 
M4H 1A8 

Telephone: (416) 965-9648 



III-17-i 



September, 1986 
CONTRACTORS : 

PAGE NO. 



01. A & A Liquid Waste Removal Co. Ill- 17 - 01 

02. Active Mobile services 02 

03. Anachemia Solvents Ltd. 03 

04. Asselin Transportation and Storage Ltd. 04 

05. Barr (M.A.) Serv. Stn. Mtce. Ltd. 05 

06. Beaver Pumping Service 06 

07. Behan Construction Ltd. 07 

08. Best Liquid Waste Disposal Co. Ltd. 08 

09. Bre3lube Group (The) 09 

10. Brown (David) 10 

11. Brown (Dune) 11 

12. Campbell (Howard) & Sons Ltd, 12 

1 3 . Canadian Oil 1 3 

14. Canflow Services 14 

15. Catalyst Services (1982) Ltd. 15 

16. Chemical & Petro Waste Disposal 16 

17. Colonial Marine 17 

18. Cornwall Gravel Co. Ltd. 18 

19. Craig (Eugene) Septic Service Ltd. 19 

20. Croft Sand & Gravel 20 

21. D' Andrea Contracting Co. Ltd. 21 

22. Decom Medi-Waste 22 
23 Denco Leasing 23 

24. Don's Septic Service 24 

25. Economy Drain Services 25 

26. Edge Excavating Ltd. 26 

27. Environmental Management Corporation (London) 27 

28. Ethier Sand & Gravel Ltd. 28 

29. Falco Cranes 29 

30. Fidelity Service Station Maintenance 30 

31. Finch (Wes) & Son Ltd. 31 

32. Flaro (R.) Cartage Ltd. 32 

33. Foley (Donald A.) Ltd. 33 

34. Formac Pumping Services Ltd. 34 

35. Goodale (A.J.) Ltd. 35 

36. Groves (Wm.) Ltd. 36 

37. Hard Rock Paving Co. Ltd. 37 

38. Heist (CH.) Ltd. 38 

39. Heist (C.H.) Ltd. cont'd 39 

40. Honey Bee Sanitation inc. 40 

41. Hulton (Harry) 41 

42. ICO Inc. 42 

43. Jim's Trucking Ltd. 43 

44. Kap Petroleum Services 44 

45. Ken's Vacuum Pumping 45 

46. Kernohan (J.A.C.) 46 

47. King Water Treatment Technology Ltd. 47 

48. Kramer (Charlie) 48 

49. Labelle (M.J.) Co. Ltd. 49 

50. Lajoie Bros. Contracting Ltd. 50 

51. Long Sault Construction Ltd. 51 

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September, 1986 

CONTRACTORS : ( continued ) 

PAGE NO. 



52. Macgregor Crane Service Ltd. 111-17 - 52 

53. MacKenzie-Black Fab. 53 

54. Haloney (3. J.) Construction Ltd. 54 

55. Marcus (Harold) Ltd. 55 

56. Marine Clean Ltd. 56 

57. Marine Pollution Control 57 

58. Mattice (Jim) Co. Ltd. 58 

59. McCaffrey's (Art) Garage and Towing Ltd. 59 

60. Mclnroy-Maines Construction Ltd. 60 

61. Meiler (G.B.) Excavating Ltd. 61 

62. Mervyn (Bud) Construction Ltd. 62 

63 . Middlesex Supply & Maintenance 63 

64. Midnorth Pump Services 64 

65. Mumby (J. A.) 65 

66. O.C. Liquid Waste Haulers 66 

67. Oilco Maintenance Co. Ltd. 67 

68. Palro Liquid Waste Removal Ltd. 68 

69. Paris Construction Co. Ltd. 69 

70. Pederson (Helmer) Const. Ltd. 70 

71. Peel Petro Chemical Services Inc. 71 

72. Penny & Casson Co. Ltd. 72 
73 Pepi Sewage Disposal Services 73 

74. Philip Enterprises Inc. 74 

75. Piette (Ray) Trucking 75 

76. Pioneer Construction Inc. 76 

77. Quinney (Glen) & Son 77 

78. Rathwell-Rathwell Petroleum Handling Systems 78 

79. Robinson (Gary D.) Contract Ltd. 79 

80. Sadler's (Bert) Haulage & Excavating Ltd. 80 

81. Sandrin Brothers Ltd. 81 

82. Sanexen 82 

83. Sanivan (Burlington) 83 

84. Sanivan Inc. 84 

85. Sanivan (Sarnia) 85 

86. Sanivan (Windsor) 86 

87. Sauer (A.) & Son Ltd. 87 

88. Sioux Sanitation Services 88 

89. Smith (Mel) Trucking Ltd. 89 

90. Smiths Construction Co. Arnprior Ltd. 90 

91. Stewart's Septic Service 91 

92. Sullivan (M) & Son Ltd. 92 

93. Syntath 93 

94. Thomas Waste Removal Ltd. 94 

95. Thompson Ltd. (Keith R. ) 95 

96. Triangle Pump Service Ltd. 96 

97. Tricil (Quebec) Inc. 97 

98. Tricil (Sarnia) Ltd. 98 

99. Triple 'S' Sanitation Ltd. 99 

100. Universal Pneumatic Services Ltd. 100 

101. Waggs Petroleum Eqpt. Ltd. 101 

102. Woodington Systems Inc. 102 

III-17-iii 



■ 



SECTION I 



CONTRACTORS PROVIDING SERVICES 
IN AREAS CORRESPONDING TO 
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 
DISTRICT OFFICES 



III-17-v 




Ministry 
of the 
Environment 



Ontario 



Southwestern Region 

© 




III-17-vi 



September, 1986 



SOUTHWESTERN REGION 



LONDON NORTH 
DISTRICT 



Middlesex County (minus the City of London 
and Westminster Township) 
Oxford County, Perth County 



Contractors : 



3, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 38, 
47, 55, 56, 57, 63, 66, 68, 78, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 
86, 93, 94, 98, 99 



LONDON SOUTH 
DISTRICT 



Elgin county, the city of London 
Westminister Township 



Contractors : 



3, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 38, 
47, 55, 56, 57, 63, 66, 68, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
93, 94, 98, 99 



OWEN SOUND 
DISTRICT 



Bruce, Huron and Grey Counties 



Contractors : 



3, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 25, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 38, 47, 
48, 56, 57, 62, 66, 68, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 
86, 93, 94, 98, 99 



SARNIA DISTRICT Lambton County 



Contractors : 



3, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 38, 
47, 53, 55, 56, 57, 66, 68, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
93, 94, 98, 99 



WINDSOR DISTRICT Essex and Kent Counties 



Contractors : 



3, 9, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 38, 
40, 47, 55, 56, 57, 66, 68, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
93, 94, 98, 99 



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Ministry 
of the 
Environment 



Ontario 



West Central Region 

2 




III-17-viii 






September, 1986 



WEST CENTRAL REGION 



CAMBRIDGE 
DISTRICT 



Contractors ; 



Regional Municipality of Waterloo 
Wellington and Dufferin Counties 

3, 8, 9, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 34, 35, 36, 38, 
47, 55, 56, 61, 66, 69, 71, 74, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
93, 94, 98 



HALDIMAND-NORFOLK/ Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
BRANT DISTRICT Brant County 



Contractors : 



3, 8, 9, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 34, 35, 36, 37, 
38, 47, 56, 58, 66, 69, 71, 74, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
93, 94, 98, 102 



HAMILTON-WENTWORTH Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth 
DISTRICT 



Contractors: 



2, 3, 8, 9, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 34, 35, 36, 
37, 38, 47, 55, 56, 61, 66, 71, 74, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 
86, 93, 94, 98, 100, 102 



WELLAND DISTRICT Regional Municipality of Niagara 



Contractors : 



2, 3, 8, 9, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 34, 35, 36, 
37, 38, 43, 47, 55, 56, 61, 66, 71, 74, 79, 82, 83, 84, 
85, 86, 93, 94, 98, 100, 102 



III-17-ix 




Ministry 
of the 
Environment 



Central Region 



Onta»- , -o 




III-17-x 



September, 1986 



CENTRAL REGION 



BARRIE DISTRICT 



Siracoe County 



Contractors i 



3, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 22, 25, 27, 33, 34, 35, 38, 47, 
56, 66, 73, 77, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 93, 94 



HALTON-PEEL 
DISTRICT 



Contractors : 



Regional Municipality of Halton 
Regional Municipality of Peel 

1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 33, 
34, 35, 36, 38, 47, 55, 56, 61, 66, 71, 72, 74, 77, 79, 
82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 93, 94, 98, 100, 102 



MUSKOKA- HAL I BURTON District Municipality of Muskoka 
DISTRICT Hal iburton County 



Contractors i 



3, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16, 20, 22, 25, 27, 31, 33, 34, 35, 38, 
46, 47, 56, 59, 66, 67, 73, 77, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
89, 90, 93, 94 



PETERBOROUGH 
DISTRICT 



Peterborough County 

Victoria County 

Part of Northumberland County 



Contractors : 



3, 7, 9, 13, 15, 16, 20, 22, 25, 27, 30, 33, 34, 35, 38, 
46, 47, 56, 59, 60, 66, 67, 77, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
90, 93, 94, 93 



TORONTO- EAST 
DISTRICT 



Metropolitan Toronto 
East of Yonge Street 



Contractors : 



1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 
33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 47, 55, 56, 66, 71, 72, 77, 79, 82, 
83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 93, 94, 98, 102 



TORONTO-WEST 

DISTRICT 



Contractors: 



Metropolitan Toronto 
West of Yonge Street 

1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 
33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 47, 55, 56, 61, 66, 71, 72, 77, 79, 
82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 93, 94, 98, 102 



YORK-DURHAM 
DISTRICT 



Regional Municipality of York 
Regional Municipality of Durham 



Contractors : 



1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 30, 
33, 34, 35, 38, 47, 55, 56, 66, 67, 71, 72, 77, 79, 82, 
83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 93, 94, 98 



III-17-xi 




Ministry 
of the 
Environment 



Ontario 



Southeastern Region 







III-17-xii 



September, 1986 



SOUTHEASTERN REGION 



CORNWALL DISTRICT 



Contractors : 



Prescott and Russel counties 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County 

3, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 47, 
51, 52, 54, 56, 59, 65, 66, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 
93, 94, 96, 97 



KINGSTON 

DISTRICT 



Leeds and Grenville County 

Lennox and Addington County 

Prince Edward, Frontenac and Hastings Counties 



Contractors ; 



3, 5, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 30, 33, 34, 35, 
38, 41, 45, 47, 52, 56, 59, 60, 65, 66, 67, 79, 82, 83, 
84, 85, 86, 90, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98 



OTTAWA DISTRICT 



Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 
Lanark and Renfrew Counties 



Contractors: 



3, 9, 12, 13, 15, 20, 22, 25, 33, 34, 35, 38, 42, 47, 52, 
56, 59, 65, 66, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 92, 93, 94, 
96, 97 



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Ministry 
of the 
Environment 



Ontario 



Northeastern Region 

® 




C C H RANE 



• T1MWNS 




III-17-xiv 



September, 1986 



NORTHEASTERN REGION 



NORTH BAY 
DISTRICT 



Contractors : 



District of Parry Sound 

Parts of the Districts of Nipissing and Timiskaming 

3, 15, 20, 22, 24, 28, 31, 34, 35, 38, 42, 47, 64, 70, 
75, 76, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 93, 94, 95, 101 



SAULT STE. MARIE 
DISTRICT 



Part of the District of Algoma 
Part of the District of Sudbury 



Contractors : 



3, 15, 20, 22, 28, 34, 35, 38, 47, 50, 64, 70, 75, 76, 
79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 101 



SUDDBURY 
DISTRICT 



Part of the District of Sudbury 
District of Manitoulin 



Contractors i 



3, 15, 20, 22, 28, 34, 35, 38, 47, 49, 64, 70, 75, 76, 
79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 101 



TIMMINS 
DISTRICT 



Parts of the Districts of Timiskaming, Cochrane, Sudbury 
and Algoma 



Contractors i 



3, 15, 20, 22, 24, 28, 34, 35, 38, 44, 47, 64, 70, 75, 
76, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 93, 94, 95, 101 



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Ministry 
of me 
Environment 



Ontario 



Northwestern Region 




i 



III-17-xvi 






Septembe r , 1986 



NORTHWESTERN REGION 



THUNDER BAY 
DISTRICT 



District of Thunder Bay 



Contractors i 



3, 15, 20, 22, 34, 35, 38, 47, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
93, 94 



KENORA 
DISTRICT 



District of Kenora 
District of Rainy River 



Contractors : 



3, 4, 15, 20, 22, 34, 35, 38, 47, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 
88, 93, 94 



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III-17-xviii 



SECTION II 



DETAILS OF SERVICES 
PROVIDED BY 
CONTRACTORS 



III-17-xix 



i 



III-17-xx 






September, 1986 
CONTACT LIST I I I- 14 
CANUTEC (Ottawa) 613-996-6666 



CANUTEC, the Canadian Transport Emergency Centre (Centre Canadien 
d'urgence transport) established in Ottawa by Transport Canada, is designed 
to provide information and communications assistance in case of transport 
emergencies involving dangerous goods such as spill, leak, fire or exposure. 
CANUTEC operates 24 hours a day, year round and can be contacted at (613) 
996-6666, collect (Ottawa). 

CANUTEC can link emergency response personnel at the scene directly with 
individuals or organizations who can offer technical advice, such as shippers 
or manufacturers of the product or others who handle the same product. 
CANUTEC may be able to arrange on-scene assistance from organizations 
offering emergency response programs . 

CANUTEC s product information bank has been prepared primarily for 
transport emergencies but the centre also can provide response information 
for non-transport emergencies involving dangerous goods . 

When an emergency call is received by CANUTEC, the Officer on duty 
attempts to obtain the following essential information r 

Caller's name/organization Help on site/requested 

Call-back number/location Shipper/origin 

Product identification Manufacturer 

Problem details Carrier 

Types of vehicle/packaging Consignee/destination 

Number of injuries/deaths Call sign/car/tractor/ 
Time/emergency location trailer/flight number 

Environment/local conditions Bill of lading/ waybill number 









The CANUTEC officer provides the following information about the 
product : 



- physical properties - action which can be taken for 
chemical properties the protection of life, 

health hazards property and the environment 

fire and explosion hazards - other available information 

CANUTEC has information on approximately 25,000 products. 

CANUTEC personnel do not go to the scene of an emergency, but, if 
necessary, can activate emergency response plans for on-scene assistance. 

For general information call (613) 992-4624. 






III-14-1 



September, 1986 

CONTACT LIST 111-15 

(technical data on hazardous materials) 

TRANSPORTATION EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PLAN 
(T E A P) 

The Transportation Emergency Assistance Plan is operated by the: 

Canadian Chemical Producers' Association 
Suite 805, 350 Sparks Street 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1R 7S8 

TEAP is a mutual assistance chemical transportation emergency response plan 
operating under a contractual agreement established between members of the 
Canadian Chemical Producers' Association (CCPA) . It has recently been made 
available to non-members of CCPA. 

TEAP maintains a twenty-four (24) hour per day, seven (7) day per week 
emergency response capability at ten (10) Regional Response Centres (RRCs) 
located across Canada. 

A TEAP response is activated by a call from an owner/shipper who is a member 
of the Plan and whose chemicals are involved in a chemical transportation 
emergency. 

Those requiring assistance in the event of a chemical transportation 
emergency are urged to: 

1. identify the chemical(s) involved from the carrier's shipping 
documents, 

2. obtain the shipper's emergency telephone number from shipping 
papers, manifests, or the shipping container ( s) , and 

3. contact the shipper for assistance; or 

4. call, collect, for assistance to Transport Canada's CANUTEC service 
at: (613) 996-6666. 

A TEAP response can only be activated by a participant in the Plan. This 
first response capability is expected to have trained and equipped personnel 
at an accident scene within hours of having received a call for assistance. 
Owner/shippers calling out TEAP teams are expected to provide the TEAP team 
with a knowledgeable Technical Advisor and to replace these teams with their 
own backup teams within twenty-four (24) hours. 



III-15-1 



CONTACT LIST III- 16 



ONTARIO PETROLEUM ASSOCIATION 



OIL SPILL CO-OPERATIVES 



CHAIRMAN LISTING 



September, 1936 



(B) BUSINESS 
(H) HOME 



CO-OPERATIVE 



Belleville/Kingston/Port Hope 



CHAIRMAN 

Mr. A. Hamilton 
Petro-Canada Ltd 
1249 Sydenham Road 

Kingston, Ontario 
K7M 3L9 



TELEPHONE 

(B) 613-548-3650 
(H) 613-372-2184 



Southwestern 
(London/Sarnia/Windsor) 



North Bay 



Mr . J . Arch 
Shell Canada Ltd 
St. Clair Parkway 
Cor unna , Ont ar io 
NON 1G0 

Mr. H. Martin 
Petro Canada Ltd 
386 Birchs' Road 
North Bay, Ontario 
P1A 4A1 



(B) 519-481-1267 
(H) 519-542-1294 



(B> 705-474-0150 
(H) 705-472-7924 



Northeastern 

Thunder Bay/Northwestern 



Oakville/Hamilton 



Reorganization in progress 

Mr. D.G. Newman 
Petro-Canada 
P.O. Box 546 
Mission Island 
Thunder Bay, Ontario 
P7C 4W4 

Mr. H. Galeckas 
Petro-Canada Ltd 
Clarkson Refinery 
385 Southdown Road 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5J 2Y3 



<B) 807-622-8701 
(H) 807-623-3856 



(B) 416-822-4222 
(H) 416-335-1276 



III-16-1 



,— 



September, 1986 



Ottawa Mr. T.R. Lagale (B) 800-727-8001 

Petro-Canada Inc 
1985 Merivale Road 
Nepean, Ontario 
K2G 1G1 

Sault Ste. Marie 



Sudbury 



Mr. D. Chateau 


(B) 


70 5- 


-253- 


-1134 


Shell Canada Ltd 


(H) 


705- 


■949- 


-2945 


11 Gouin Street 










Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 










P6A 3C9 










Mr. W. Hyytiainen 


(B) 


705- 


-566- 


-2381 


Shell Canada Ltd 


(Hi 


705- 


-692- 


-5082 


979 Falconbridge Road 










Sudbury, Ontario 










P3A 4S1 











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Toronto Mr. K. Carmichael (B) 416-661-1301 

Texaco Canada (H) 416-292-3565 

3999 Keele Street 
P.O. Box 100 
Downsview, Ontario 
M3J 1N9 



III-16-2 



September, 1986 

INDEPENDENT CO-OPERATIVES 



Port of Hamilton Spill Control Group 
Hamilton Harbour Commission 
605 James Street North 
Hamilton, Ontario 
L8L 1J9 

Tel: 416-525-3412 (Off-hours: Harbour Police) 

Mr. Ian Noble, Harbour Master 
Tel: 416-525-4330, Ext. 229 



Kingston Environmental Protection Association 

c/o Mr. Dan Dickson 

Dupont of Canada, Inc. 

P.O. Box 2100 

Kingston, Ontario 

K7L 4Z6 

Tel: 613-544-6000 (24 hours) 



Sluewater Clean 
(A Division of PIMEC) 
291 St. Clair Parkway 
P.O. Box 788 
Corunna, Ontario 
N0N 1G0 

Tel: 519-862-2271 

519-339-2503 (Off hours: Imperial Oil, Night Supervisor) 



Welland Spill Control Group 

c/o Mr. E. Ahermae 

St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 

Western Region 

P.O. Box 370 

St. Catharines, Ontario 

L2R 6V8 

Tel: 416-641-1932 (Days) 

416-641-1939 (Nights) 



Windsor Essex Region Spill Control Group 

c/o Mr. C.F. Johnson 

Allied Chemical 

A Division of Allied Canada, Inc. 

P.O. Box 2000 

Amherstburg, Ontario 

N9V 2Z6 

Tel: 519-252-5794 (24 hours) 

III-16-3 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

A & A Liquid Waste Removal Company 
1217 Lawrence Avenue West 
Toronto, Ontario 
M6A 1E2 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (416) 7S9-LL56 



Serving the areas of: 

Metropolitan Toronto 

Regional Municipalities of Durham, York, Peel and Halton 



Equipment and/or Services 



6 Vacuum-equipped tank trucks, 
2500 gal. capacity 

3 Vacuum-equipped tank trucks, 
5000 gal. capacity 
(with pup trailer) 



Charges: 

(Effective date 19B6 ) 

$69.50/Hr. 



$93.50/Hr. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-01 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : 

Active Mobile Services Inc. 
900 Gateway 
Burlington, Ontario 
L7L 5K7 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (416) 637-5288 



Serving the areas of: 

Peel 

Halton 

Hamilton Wentworth 

Niagara 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - Tractor Trailer - 4,000 gal. Vacuum Tank Hoist 

Tailgate Opening 
1 - 2,000 gal. Vacuum Unit 
1 - 1,800 gal. Vacuum Unit 
1-30 Drum St. Truck 

- 50-100 Bags of Absorbent 

- A Spill Kill Kits: Acids 

Akalis 

Oils 

P.C.B.'s 

- Availability of Dump Trucks and Backhoes 

- Miscellaneous Assorted Equipment 



Active Mobile Services Inc. is a fully licenced hauler of all wastes except 
Herbicides, Pesticides, Radio-active, P.C.B.'s, Pathalogical 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-02 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Anachemia Solvents Ltd. 
3549 Mavis Road 
Misslssauga, Ontario 
L5C 1T7 



Business 

Dick Harrison 

Jack McGregor 

George Wentlandt 



Telephone Numbers 

(416) 279-5122 



277-8064 
277-4308 
457-3643 



Servicing the areas of: 



The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



The company does not directly clean-up spills. It performs separations and 
reclamation of volatile materials which have been accidentally mixed or 
spilled. The service generally applies to volatile solvents and is carried 
out on a toll basis. The customer is charged on the volume yielded. 

The facilities include: 

Five distillation units; various means of filtering; tankage for 
contaminated and reclaimed material; and a burner which destroys 
organic residue. 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

111-17-03 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Asselin Transportation & Storage Limited 

Box 746 

Fort Frances, Ontario 

P9A 3N1 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (807) 274-6255 
274-5859 
(8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.) 
Res. 274-5880 



Serving the areas of: 



District of Kenora and Rainy River 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - 1000 Gal. Capacity Tank Truck 
with Vacuum Pump 



$33.00 Per Hour 



Type of Spill 
Oil 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-04 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : Telephone Numbers 

Barr (M.A.) Service Station Maintenance Ltd. Business (613) 544-4274 
Sydenham Road Residential 353-2461 

Elginburg, Ontario 
KOH 1MO 



Servicing the areas of: 

Kingston and area within a 50 mile radius 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

-3" Air Pump 

- 1895 PSI Compressor 

- Jack Hammer 

- Drill 

- 555B Ford Extendable Backhoe 

- 2 3/4 Ton Trucks 

- 1 li Ton Truck 

- 1 li Ton 4-Wheel Drive 

- 1 Ladder Truck 50 ft. Extension 

- 1 1 Ton Stake Truck 

- Gas Powered Generator 

- 2 Chainsaws Homelite 

- 12' Aluminium Boat 8 H.P. Motor 

- 16' Fiberglass Boat 90 H.P. Motor 

- 2 Wheelbarrows 

- Tandem Truck (buying this winter '86) 

- Miscellaneous Rakes, Shovels, Forks, Axes, Brush Cutters, Sickles, Wire 
Cutters and Associated Hand Tools 



Type of spill 

Gas and oil, contaminated soil. Mainly gas and oil tanks. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-05 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Beaver Pumping Service 
Unit 25 

960 Alness Street 
Downsview, Ontario 
M3J 2S1 



Telephone Numbers 



Bus. 
Res. 



661-3741 
498-6063 



Serving the area6 of: 



Metro Toronto and Vicinity 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Spill Prevention 

Removal of Fuel Oils From Storage Tanks 
Above or Underground 

Removal and Disposal of Fuel Oil Storage 
Tanks No Longer in Use 



(1) - Hourly Rate 
(2) 



Disposal Fees for 
Storage Tanks and any 
Remaining Product 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

I I I- 17-06 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Behan Construction Ltd. 
Box 596 

Cobourg, Ontario 
K9A 4L3 



Telephone Numbers 

Business: (416) 372-9862 
Tom Behan (Res.) 372-4030 
Larry Garner 885-8300 



Serving the areas of: 



Reg #111 

Victoria, Peterborough and Northumberland Counties 



Equipment and/or Services: 



4 - Crawler Backhoes 

5 - Rubber Tired Backhoes 

6 - Dump Trucks 

1 - Rubber Tired Loader 

1 - Truck Loader 

2 - Bulldozers (Cat D6C) Komatsu 31P 
1 - Grader (Cat 12) 

1 - Boom Truck 
1 - Float Truck 

Foreman, with pickup 
Labour 

Sand, Gravel, Fill and Top Soil 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 



$55 - 


$85/Hr. 


36 - 


40/Hr. 


30 - 


40/Hr. 


56 - 


/Hr. 


56 - 


/Hr. 


44 - 


55/Hr. 


48 - 


/Hr. 


50 - 


/Hr. 


50 - 


/Hr. 


29 - 


/Hr. 


24 - 


/Hr. 



$3.25 - $12 cu. yd. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-07 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



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CONTRACTOR: 



Telephone Numbers 



Best Liqin'rd Waste Disposal Co. Ltd 

is now 

Philip Ernterprises Inc. 



(416) 544-6687 
SEE ALSQ- Page III- 17-74 for additional equipment and services 



Serving tthe areas of ; 



All Regitsns and Counties in Ontario for Spill Cleanup Supervision. 



Equipments and/or Services: 
for the boundaries of : 



Charges : 
(Effective date 



1986 



West CereEsral Region: Hamilton, Welland 
Niagara, Haldimand-Norfolk, Brant, 
Hamilta»-Wentworth , Wellington, 
Cambridge, Waterloo, Dufferin 

Central tfcegion: Toronto, Oakville, 
Halton^, Peel, York, Durham 

3 - TandBara Axle Vacuum Tankers 
2 - Single Axle Tanker Units 
2 - Service Vehicles 

2 - Mud )*umps 

3 - Centrifugal Pumps 

1 - Hydro High Pressure Washer 
1 - Steaasi Genny 

1 - Portable Hoist 

2 - Slunry Oil Skimmers 

Shovels,, Rakes, Hose, Holding Tanks and 
Miscellaneous Spill Equipment 



Types of Spills 

All liquids, excluding corrosives and radioactive materials 



Antf of the above information is subject to change without notice 

III-17-8 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Breslube Group (The) 
P.O. Box 130 
Breslau, Ontario 
NOB 1M0 



Telephone Numbers 



Emergency 

Windsor 

Head Office Breslau 

Niagara Falls 

Toronto 

Peterborough 

Trenton 

Ottawa 

Montreal 



1-519-648-2204 

969-8130 

648-2291 

1-416-688-4336 

461-6354 

1-613-395-5198 

1-705-743-9080 

1-613-234-1811 

1-514-632-5368 



Serving the areas of: 

Southwestern Region 
West Central Region 
Central Region 
Southeastern Region 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 



Licensed Part 5 Waste Handler 
Licensed Part 5 Disposal Facility 

Waste Oil and Oily Water collection and disposal service throughout southern 
Ontario. The Breslube Group maintains a fleet of vacuum, sump, and oil 
collection trucks at seven collection depots, then transports used oil to our 
re-refining site for treatment 



Type of Spill 

Waste Oil 
Oily Water 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

111-17-09 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR ; 

Brown (David) Construction 
c/o Gardav Enterprises Ltd. 
R.R. #3 

Ingleside, Ontario 
KOC 1M0 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (613) 537-2260 
If no answer (613) 938-2586 

David Brown (613) 537-2990 
Dale Moak (613) 346-2070 



Serving the areas of: 

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry County 
Prescott, Russell County 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - Tandem Diesel Truck with 2,000 gal. 

Vacuum Tank Pump with full opening tail-gate and hoist 

2" Gas Powered Trash Pump and Hose 

lj Gas Powered Fuel Pump and Hose 

Backhoe on Track lj yd. 

Backhoe on Track 1 yd. 

580E 4 Wheel Drive Backhoe 

450C Bulldozer 

D6B Caterpillar Bulldozer 

3 yd. 75 C Clark Loader 

Single Axle Dump Truck 

3 Tandem Dump Trucks 

40 Ton Float & Tractor 
Gravel, Sand Topsoil and Fill 

Miscellaneous Hand Tools 



Type of Spill 

Any non-corrosive material. David Brown Construction is not involved in the 
disposal of oil or other contaminates, only in the clean-up and transport of 
these materials, and then only on the direction of the M.O.E. officer in 
charge of the clean-up 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-10 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Brown (Dune) Contracting Ltd, 

Gen. Del. 

Port Carllng, Ontario 

POB 1J0 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (705) 765-3323 
Res. (705) 765-3549 



Serving the areas of: 
District of Muskoka 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3 - Tandem Diesel Dump Trucks 

- Single Axle Truck 

- Double Axle Float Trailer 

- Double Axle Pup Trailer 

- Single Axle Float Trailer 

- Case Extendahoe Backhoe 

- Case Dozer 

- Joy 150 Air Vane Compressor 

- 150 CFM Compressor 

- Chainsaws 

- Cement Saw 

- Cobra Super Drill 

- Pneumatic Drill 

- Gardner Denver Drill 

- 6A5 Allis Chalmers Loader 

- 840 Allis Chalmers Loader 

Gravel, Sand, Topsoil, Fill 



Costs are based on the 
hourly rates for labour and 
and equipment in our area. 

Travelling time will be 
charged where required, 
plus meals and lodging, and 
overtime will be added to 
the total bill. 

If equipment will be taken 
from a job that is in 
progress, emergency 
customers may be charged for 
for lost time when penalties 
for completion are in force. 



Type of Spill 

Any non-corrosive material up to 50% of solid matter. Dune Brown Contracting 
Ltd. Is not involved in the disposal of oil or other contaminates, only in 
the clean-up and transport of these materials, and then only on the direction 
of the M.O.E. officer in charge of the clean-up. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR; 

Campbell (Howard) & Sons Ltd. 
P.O. Box 30 
69 Main Street 
Lyn, Ontario 
KOE 1M0 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (613) 342-6105 



Serving the areas of: 

MOE Kingston and Ottawa District 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3 - Trucks with Vacuum Tanks 
2 - 3,200 Gal. and 
1 - 2,000 Gal. 

1 - Transport, 6,000 Gal- 



$55 per hour basic 

Extra charges on week-ends 
and holidays 



Type of Spill 
Oil 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-12 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : Telephone Numbers 

Canadian Oil Company Limited (416) 462-6100 

309 Cherry Street 
Toronto, Ontario 
MSA 3L3 



Serving the areas of: 
All of southern Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Waste disposal of oily wastes, used oil, oily water, fuel oil mix, etc. 

Licensed as liquid waste handler and waste oil treatment plant. 

Professional engineering service related to oil spills and liquid waste 
handling. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-13 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: Telephone Numbers 

Canflow Services (519) 862-2216 

204 Hill Street 882-0944 

Corunna, Ontario 
NON 1G0 



Serving the areas of: 



South Western Region - London, Owen Sound, Sarnia, Windsor 
Central Region - Toronto West, Toronto East, Barrie 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 Case 125B Excavator on Tracks 

1 Case 580 Super E 4 Wheel Drive Backhoe on Rubber 

1 Case 450 Bulldozer on Tracks 

1 John Deere 544 Loader on Rubber 

200 feet of 6" Oil Booms 

20 4" x 14" x 24" Pillows 

100 Bags Super Sponge 

10 3" and 2" Electric Portable Water Pumps 

3 Single Axle Dump Trucks 

(Tandem and Trailer Type Dump Trucks are available with 24 hour notice) 

1 Gas Powered Honda Generator 

1 Case 65 Horse Farm Tractor with 540 P.T.O. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-14 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Catalyst Services Ltd. 

P.O. Box 895 

275 Campbell Street 

Sarnia, Ontario 

N7T 7J9 



Telephone Numbers 

Office 24 Hours (519) 337-5886 

(519) 337-4241 

Mr. J.C MacGregor (519) 336-9340 
Mr. Mike McNaughton (519) 344-3179 



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Serving the areas of: 
The Entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - Ford Louieville 9000 - dual vacuum unit/combo dry material (13 cu. yds.) 
1 - 1979 Peterbilt Supersucker - vacuum unit, wet or dry material (14 cu yds) 

(3000 U.S. gallons) 
1 - Rotary Cyclone Transfer - dry material 
1 - Triple Deck Soft Flow Screener - size separator 

- Storage Containers, dry material (22.5 cu. ft. ea.) Lined. 

1 - Reactor Life Support System for use in hazardous atmospheres. 

A breathing apparatus for four persons, each connected to a central 
monitoring station by an umblical cord containing two independent air 
supplies, a safety cable and a communication line. 

- Closed-circuit T.V. for remote viewing available on request. 

- Chemical Neutralization , Chemicals stocked, and application equipment 
available for both acid and alkaline spills. 

- Additional Equipment. Liquid pump and liquid vacuum trucks available 
from associated company. 

Personnel - Supervision 

- Equipment Operators 

- Additional labour as required 

- Personnel rates on hourly basis 

- Subsistence and travel where applicable 

Equipment - Charged on hourly rates. Travel time charged where applicable. 

Sub-Contract Equipment - Charged at cost, plus 20%. 

Insurance - Comprehensive and liability coverage on equipment and personnel, 
as required by industry. Certificates available on request. 

Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-15 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Chemical & Petro Waste Disposal 
Division of Chem-King Inc. 
Snow Valley Road, R.R. #3 
Barrie, Ontario 
L4M 4S5 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours (705) 737-1221 

Mr. Bryan Greig 
General Manager 
Residence: (705) 726-2054 



Serving the areas of: 



Central Region (111) 



Mr. R. Horsefield 
Operations Manager 
Residence: (705) 722-4103 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



- Trained personnel, familiar with hazardous product spills 

- Bulk storage facility for interim storage 

- Vacuum pumper trucks and trailers 

- Sampling and analysis of spill materials, soils, groundwater and surface 
water (King Technology Laboratory) 

- Clean-up and disposal of spilled materials 



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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-16 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Colonial Marine 
1831 Allanport Road 
Allanburg, Ontario 
LOS 1A0 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (416) 227-0033 

Res. (416) 894-40L2 



Serving the areas of: 

Niagara Peninsula 
Western Central Region 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Spill Control and Containment 

Marine Spill Control Consulting 

Marine Spill Control Supervision 

Sorbents 

Boom - Oil Containment 

Oil Sorbent Boom 

Truck, Vans, Tools 



Type of Spill 
Oil, marine 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-17 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Cornwall Gravel Company Limited 

P.O. Box 67 

390 Eleventh Street West 

Cornwall, Ontario 

K6H 5R9 



Telephone Numbers 

(613) 932-6571 Business 
Lionel Grant 932-2636 Residence 
Gordon Maclntrye 984-2893 Residence 



Servicing the areas of: 



Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, 
Prescott, Russell, Leeds, and 
Grenville Counties 



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Equipment and/or Services: 



2 Komatsu Dozers 

1 Cat D5 Dozer 

3 Cat D8 Dozers 

2 Crawler Loaders (1-2 cu. yd.) 

11 Rubber Tire Loaders (2J-4J cu. yd.) 

3 Tractor Backhoes 

7 Shovels/Excavators 

4 Graders 

12 Dump Trucks (Tandem/Trailer) 
2 Floats 

2 Rollers W/Tractor 

6 Rock Trucks (off-road) 

3 Compressors 

3 Pumps 
14 Rollers 

4 Pavers 

2 Water Trucks 

1 Air Track 

Labour 

Foreman W/Pick-up 

Quarry Stone/Granulars/Gravel 

Sandfill 

Earthfill 

Topsoil 



Charge 


•a : 




(Effec 


;ti 


ve date 1986 


$46.00 


- 


$ 57.00/Hr. 


57.00 


- 


/Hr. 


80.00 


- 


145.00/Hr. 


44.00 


- 


60.00/Hr. 


57.00 


- 


100.00/Hr. 


35.50 


- 


/Hr. 


68.00 


- 


130.00/Hr. 


37.00 


- 


58.00/Hr. 


39.25 


- 


58.00/Hr. 


71.00 


- 


88.00/Hr. 


48.00 


- 


52.00/Hr. 


72.00 


- 


82.00/Hr. 


43.50 


- 


75.00/Hr. 


33.00 


- 


45.00/Hr. 


32.00 


- 


68.00/Hr. 


62.00 


- 


116.00/Hr. 


58.00 


- 


/Hr. 


53.00 


- 


/Hr. 


20.00 


_ 


/Hr. 


28.00 


- 


/Hr. 


6.80 


- 


9.25/Tonne 


9.00 


- 


/Tonne 


4.20 


- 


/Cu. Metre 


11.00 


- 


/Cu. Metre 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

XII-17-18 



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ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : Telephone Numbers 

Craig (Eugene) Septic Service Ltd. 613-962-9334 

R.R. 6 

Belleville, Ontario 

K8N 4Z6 



Serving the areas of: 



Prince Edward County 
Hastings County 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



2 - Tandem Vacuum trucks, 3000 Gal. tanks 
1 - Single-axle vacuum truck, 2000 Gal. tank 

1 - Husky manure pump 

2 - 3000 Gal. trucks, large floatation type tires 
1 - 6000 Gal- tanker & Tractor 

1 - 7000 Gal. tanker & Tractor 
1-6" Pump 
1-3" Pump 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

111-17-19 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Croft Sand & Gravel 
Flesherton, Ontario 
NOC 1EO 



Telephone Numbers 
Mr. R. Croft (519) 924-2542 



Serving the areas of: 



The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



Trucks 

1 - 1984 int. tandem axle 17 yd. dump 
1 - 1980 int. tandem axle 17 yd. dump 
3 1977 int. tandem axle 15 yd. dump 

1979 int. tandem axle 15 yd. dump 

1983 int. tandem axle 15 yd. dump 
1 - 1972 white tractor with 16 yd gravel hopper 
1 - 1970 int. single axle 1000 gal. water tank, 

with 3" pump 
1 - 1969 ford tanker with 35 ton rodgers tandem 

axle float 

Loaders 

1 - 944 cat rubber-tired loader 

1 - 3000 Trojan rubber-tired 4 yd. bucket 

1 - Hough rubber-tired 1$ yd. bucket 

Bulldozers 

1 - 350 Case dozer 



$33.00 
33.00 
33.00 
33.00 
33.00 
40.00 

26.00 

33.00 



40.00 
50.00 
35.00 



32.00 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-20 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

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CONTRACTOR: Telephone Numbers 

D' Andrea Contracting Company Limited (416) 244-4249 

1051 Martin Grove Road 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. 

Rexdale, Ontario 

M9W 4W6 Emergency Numbers 

Lorenzo D'Andrea (416) 248-1569 

Guy D' Andrea 832-2806 



Serving the areas of: 

The Regional Municipalities of York, Durham, Peel and 
The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



666D Backhoe $108.75 

466D Backhoe 65.45 

580SE Loader/backhoe 4WD 31.45 

680C Loader/backhoe 31-45 

930 Loader 42.75 

450 Loader 26.25 

Tandem dump trucks 44.85 

Pickup trucks 13.75 

Bomag roller 9.10 

CF 33 compactor 15.95 

130 Compressor with 80 lb. breaker and hose 8.80 

160 Compressor with 80 lb. breaker and hose 12.05 

Water pumps 4.00 

Tri-mac compactor 13.35 

CF 11 compactor 10.85 

Foreman $ 16.80 

Pipelayer 16.15 

PIpelayer's assistant 15.30 

Labourer 15.05 

Truck driver 15.15 

Backhoe operator 17.96 

Loader operator 17.36 



Note : All labour rates are plus 42% payroll burden and plus 20% overhead. 

Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Decom Medical Waste Systems Inc. 
8 Taber Road 
Rexdale, Ontario 
M9W 3A4 



Telephone Numbers 



24 Hours 



(416) 747-7322 
(416) 427-6444 



Serving the areas of: 
The entire Province 



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Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



Spill control and containment 

Spill control consulting 

Spill control supervision 

Spill control labour 

Specialized decontamination equipment 

Protective equipment 

Specialized packaging 

Refrigerated transportation vehicles 



Type of Spill 

Biomedical and pharmaceutical wastes. 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

111-17-22 



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ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : Telephone Numbers 

Denco Leasing 24 Hours (519) 695-2805 

Bothwell, Ontario 

NOP ICO Res. (519) 695-2623 

695-3226 



Serving the areas of: 

The MOE District Offices in Windsor, Sarnia, London, Welland, Stoney Creek 
and Cambridge, Oakville and Toronto Metro and York-Durham) 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



6 Tractors 

5 Tank Trailers 

2 Dump Trailers 

2 Lowbed Trailers 

3 Flatbed Trailers 

1 12 Ton Crane (Truck Mounted 
1 Front end Loader 

Tractors equipped with pumps for self-loading and unloading 



Type of Spill 

Oil and most hazardous chemical; soil clean-up 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-23 



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ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : 

Don's S*ptic Service 
Box 1402 

Haileylwiry, Ontario 
POJ lKffc 



Telephone Numbers 
(705) 672-5420 



Serving the areas of: 

Marten. *iver, Temagami, Tri-Town, Gowganda, Matachewan, Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



2,000 gal. cap. Lily Vac Truck 
Gravel a»nd Sand Fill 
Track Ditching Gradeall 
D6 Cat- Dozer 



Going rates at time of work 



&ny of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR; 

Economy Drain Services 
P.O. Box 1356 
Peterborough, Ontario 
K9J 7H6 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (705) 742-7046 



Serving the areas of: 
Southern and Central Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3 - Vacuum Tank Trucks, 3,000 Gal. 

1 - Hydraulic Jet Flusher Truck, with 1,000 ft. high-pressure hose 
1 - Hydraulic Jet Flusher Truck, with 500 ft. high-pressure hose 
1 - Vac-All Catch Basin Cleaning Truck 

1 - Inductor Truck 

2 - Tandem Dump Trucks 

2 - Case 580-B and 580-C Backhoes 

1 - Case 450 six-way-blade Bulldozer 
1 - T.J. Welding Float 

3 - High-pressure Portable Steam Jennies 

1 - Mini Backhoe 

2 - Power Washers 

- Two inch and three inch portable pumps 

- Fuill line of electric sewer rodding machines 



Type of Spill 

Handling oil and hazardous materials 



Any of the above Information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Edge Excavating Ltd. 
P.O. Box 219 
Port Lambton, Ontario 
NOP 2 BO 



Telephone Numbers 

John Maran: (519) 677-5767 
24 Hours 



Serving the areas of: 

Region #1 - Elgin, Middlesex, Perth 
Oxford, Grey, Bruce 
Lambton, Essex and Kent Counties 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - J.S.W. 1 yd. Excavator 

1 - 3964 International 3/4 yd. Excavator 

1 - TD#8 Six-way Blade bulldozer 

2 - International Tractor Backhoes 
2 - 15 yd. Tandem Dump Trucks 

2 - 8 yd. Single Axle Dump Trucks 

1 - Water Truck 

2 - Floats (25 and 35 Ton) 

Pump and Vacuum Trucks are available upon request. 
Gravel, sand and topsoil fill 

Labour: Foreman with pickup (all units radio-dispatched) 

Standard government rates 

Travel time will be charged where lodging and meals are required 

Type of spill 

Any and all types of spills 



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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Environmental Management Corporation (London) 
2128 River Road 
London, Ontario 

N6A 4C3 



Telephone Numbers 

(519) 451-6630 
(24 Hour Service) 



Serving the areas of: 



Southwestern Region 
West Central Region 
Central Region 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: Upon Request 
(Effective date 1986 ) 



Ontario Ministry of the Environment licensed Waste Transfer Station, Drum 
Handling and Temporary Holding Facilities 

4 - Vacuum Trucks - 2,000 to 4,000 Gal. 
6 - Tractors 

3 - Bulk Tankers - 5,000 to 7,800 Gal. 

4 - Vacuum Tankers - 3,000 to 7,300 Gal. 
4 - Vans and Flat Beds - 36' x 40' 

1 - Stake Truck - 18' 

Complete inventory of oil pads, booms, sweeps 

Access to complete environmental trailer, c/w boat, boom, etc. 

1—2 J cu. yd. Wheel Loader 

Access to dump trucks, excavators, backhoes 

Full clean up operations 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-27 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Ethier Sand & Gravel Limited 
2589 Ida Street 
Sudbury, Ontario 
P3E 4W9 



Telephone Numbers 

Office (705) 522-6340 

(Res) Marcel Ethier (705) 522-0427 
(Res) Leonard Ethier (705) 522-4236 



Serving the areas of: 

The District of Sudbury and the west section of Nipissing, the north section 
of Parry sound, the east section of Algoma 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Standard Ministry of 
Transportation & 
Communications rates 



5 - Tandem Dump Trucks 

2 - 6§ cu. yd. Loaders 
2-5 cu. yd. Loaders 

3 - 4 cu. yd. Loaders 

- 1-3/4 cu. yd. Backhoe on Tracks 

- Dump Trailer 

- 40-Ton Float 

- D-7 size Dozer 

- D-3, with 6-way-blade, Dozer 
2 - Graders 



Foreman with pickups, with two-way radios 

Gravel, Sand, Topsoil, Screened and Crushed Materials 

We have access to Tankers with pumps and also paving equipment 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-28 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Falco Cranes 
P.O. Box 246 
526 S. VIdal Street 
Sarnia, Ontario 
N7T 7H9 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (519) 336-2030 



Serving the areas of: 



Southwestern Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Operated and Maintained 

Industrial Cranes, 6 and 7 J Ton 
Rough Terrain Cranes, 6 to 65 Ton 
Carrier Mounted Cranes, 40 to 300 Ton 
Boom Trucks, 8 to 17 Ton 
Tractors, Trailers and Lowboy Floats 

Personnel Hoisting Buckets 
Pallet Forks 
Steel Crane mats 
Cement Bucket 5/8 Yd. 



Charges: Hourly 
(Effective date 1986 ) 



$55 - 60 

55 - 155 
95 - 425 

56 - 70 
50 - 60 



20 - 25/Day 

- 18/Day 

- 15 /Day 

- 25/Day 



Lift beams, chokers and slings, shackles, etc available, prices on request. 

Heavy rigging and erection contracts on request. 

Travel, after hours, and minimum rental period charges where applicable. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR : 

Fidelity Service Station 

Maintenance Limited 
P.O. Box 267 
Port Hope, Ontario 

LI A 3W4 



Telephone Numbers 

R.C. Pillsworth, Port Hope (416) 885-8113 
Hugh King, Brighton (613) 475-2359 
Gord MacGregor, Cobourg (416) 372-5667 



Serving the areas of: 



Oshawa, Port Hope, Peterborough, Belleville, Kingston 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges : 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



45' Environmental Trailer 

16* Pollution Van 

15 Rolls Con-Web Absorbent Blankets (3' x 200' each) 

150* Metropolitan Oil Boom 

50 Bags Pal '0' Pak, Absorbent 

25 Bags Floor Dry Absorbent 

25 Bales of Straw, complete with wire mesh and steel posts for creek booms 

10 Wheelbarrows 

10001 - Oil Absorbent Flotation Boom 

Miscellaneous Rakes, Shovels, Forks, Axes, Brush Cutters, Sickles, Wire 

Cutters, and associated Hand Tools 
3 Chainsaws 

1 14' Aluminum Boat with 5 h.p. Motor 

Miscellaneous Rainsuits, Boots, Gloves and Breathing Apparatus 
1 High Pressure li" Pump, complete with 200' of li" Firehoses with Nozzle 
3 Air Powered Sandpiper Pumps, 3", 3" and li", complete with hose 

Additional Equipment Available 



Types of Spills 

Oil, Petroleum Product or Hazardous Chemical Spills 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-30 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Finch (Wes) & Son Ltd. 
Box 1419 

Bracebridge, Ontario 
POB ICO 



Telephone Numbers 

(9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) (705) 645-4715 Office 
Wesley Finch 645-5389 24 Hrs. 

Eugene Finch 645-9828 24 Hrs. 



Serving the areas of: 



Muskoka (Huntsville) 
Bracebridge (Gravenhurst) 



Equipment and/or Services: 



18 yd. 
14 yd. 
7 yd. 



Diesel Tandem Trucks 
Diesel Tandem Truck 
Ga6 Single Axle Truck 
20 Ton Gas Float Truck 
3/8 yd. Backhoe/loader : 
on rubber tires 
Bucket Loader: 
on rubber tires 
3/4 yd. Excavator: on tracks 
TD-7 Int. Track Bulldozer: 

6 -way-blade 
TD-8 Int. Track Bulldozer: 
6-way-blade 



1 - 21 yd 



1 - 
1 - 

1 - 



Charges: 

(Effective date May 31/86 ) 

Costs are based on the hourly 
rate for labour and equipment 
in the immediate area. 

Any travel time will be 
charged and, when required, 
lodging and meals will be 
added to the total operating 
costs . 

Emergency customers may be 
charged for lost time if 
equipment is taken off a 
job that is in progress. 



Assorted miscellaneous equipment 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-31 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Flaro (R.) Cartage Ltd. 
Wallrich Avenue 
Box 1426 

Cornwall, Ontario 
K6H 5V5 



Servicing the areas of: 



Storraont, Dundas, Glengarry, 



Equipment and/or Services: 

Tandem dump truck 

Single axle dump truck 

580 Backhoe 

680 Backhoe 

Loader (3 cu . yd. capacity) 

Air compressor (w/operator) 

Tractor - 

- with float 

- with water tank 
Labourer 

Foreman and truck 

680 Extendahoe 

Asphalt/concrete saw (operated) 

-1" - 5" deep (Min. $50.00) 
-5" - 10" deep (Min. $75.00) 
-10" - 15" deep (Min. $100.00) 



Telephone Numbers 
(613) 932-1926 Business 
After Hours 



R. Flaro 
L. Roderick 



534-8367 
537-2912 



Charges: 
(Effective date 

$38.00 
38.00 
34.00 
36.00 
58.00 
30.00 
38.00 
48.00 
50.00 
18.50 
30.00 

38.00 



1.50 ft. 
2.00 ft. 
3.25 ft. 



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Miscellaneous tools, and topsoil, fill, sand and gravel also available 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Foley (Donald A.) Limited 
765 Baker Crescent 
Kingston, Ontario 
K7M 6P5 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (613) 384-2244 



Serving the areas of : 



Southeastern and Central Regions 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986) 



Cat D7E Dozer, with Ripper 

Komatsu 758 Loader, with 3 \ yd. Bucket 

Cat 966 Rubber-tired Loader 

Grader 

1 cu. yd. Hyd. Backhoe 

li cu. yd Hyd. Backhoe 

2 J cu. yd. Hyd. Backhoe 

Raygo 410 Vibratory Compactor 

Rubber- tired Backhoe - 580 Case 

Rubber-tired Backhoe - 680 Case 

40 foot Semi-trailer 

Low-bed Floats 

Dump Trailers 

Belly Dump Trailers 

Tandem Dump Trucks 

Water Truck 

i Ton Pick-ups 

150 CFM Compressor 

600 CFM compressor, with Air Track 

900 CFM Compressor, with 100 Poclain Post Holer 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Formac Pumping Services Ltd. 
P.O. Box 2073 
Sarnia, Ontario 
N7T 7L1 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (519) 882-1580 



Servicing the areas of 



The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 

3 - Diesel Powered Skid Mounted Volume Pumps 

Max. Volume - 1000, 1500, + 3000 GPM 
Max. Pressure - 200, 400 + 400 PSI 

3 - 350 H.P. Pump Truck w/2-500 gal. Holding Tanks 

1 - 200 H.P. Pump Truck w/2-500 gal. Holding Tanks 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-34 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Goodale (A.J.) Ltd. 
2559 Barton Street East 
Hamilton, Ontario 
L8E 2X2 



Telephone Numbers 



Hamilton 
Toronto 



(416) 561-5600 
(416) 364-5600 



Inbound WATTS Line for (416) 
Area Code: 1-800-263-6814 



Serving the areas of: 
The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



The transport and handling of hazardous materials: 

transfer or storage facility in Hamilton, 10 acres, fenced. 

trucks carry protective plastic and tarps , along with chains and binders 
to secure and seal in containers of hazardous materials. 

Movers of Industrial and construction equipment: 

lift truck and crane service 
float service up to 300 tons 
- PCV "K" and "X" authorities serving Canada and the U.S.A. 
custom bonded carrier. 

No clean-up service per se. 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-35 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Groves (Wm) Limited 
800 Rennie Street 

P.O. Box 3474, Station C 
Hamilton, Ontario 
L8H 7M1 



Telephone Numbers 

(416) 545-1117 
(With after hours call diverter) 
Residential and Night Numbers: 



R.J. Groves 

L.J. Groves 

J. A. Groves 

R.L. Green 



(416) 662-5192 
664-6578 
662-3789 
662-1286 



Serving the areas of: 

Prefer to stay within 50 mile radius of Hamilton 

Equipment and/or Services : 



Charges : Hourly 
(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - Austin Western Crane 

5 - Insley Track-Mounted Backhoes 

560,1000, 1500,1500,3000 

2 - Drott Cruz-Air 40 RT Backhoe 

6 - Tractor Backhoe (IHC, Case, Ford, J. 

1 - Trojan 2000 Articulated Loader R.T. 
5 - Rubber Tired Loaders 

2 - Track Loaders 

1 - Champion Grader 

Trucks: Float 

Single Axle Dump 
20 Yd. Tandem 



12 Ton 



3/4- 3 



cu. 



1 cu. 



Deere) 



yd. 
yd. 



Ik 



2*5 cu. yd. 

1 1 ! cu. yd. 

-1S cu. yd. 



$55.00 
55.00 - 124 



63.00 
42.00 
63.00 
47.00 
47.00 
60.00 



53 



50 Ton 



80.00 
38.00 
47.00 



The above rates include operator and fuel. Moving time to site is 
chargeable. Minimum rental of eight (3) hours. Small equipment and rates 
available on request. On Cost-Pius jobs where equipment is under our care, 
custody and control, 12% Overhead and 10% Profit are additional to the above 
quoted equipment rental rates and on any materials supplied. 

Labour rates and Operator Rates for Overtime as governed by collective 
agreements . 

Overtime chargeable in excess of working hours Monday to Friday and on any 
work performed Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. Travelling and living 
allowances are chargeable where applicable. Protective clothing and cleaning 
of equipment to be charged where applicable. 

Type of Spill 

Experienced in oil spills, but willing to assist in chemical cleanup under 
supervision. 






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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Hard Rock Paving Co. Ltd. 
198 Welland Street 
P.O. Box 220 
Port Colborne, Ontario 
L3K 5V8 



Serving the areas of: 



Telephone Numbers 

Office (416) 835-8413 

David Semley (416) 834-6701 

Neil Graham (416) 382-3853 

Bob Cornelius (416) 892-6845 

Steve Logan (416) 735-7085 

Gary Van Norden (416) 892-4247 



Region of Niagara, Region of Haldimand-Norf oik. County of Brant and Region of 
Hamil ton-Wentwor th 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3§ cu. yds.) 
2 cu. yds.) 



Bulldozer (220 hp.) 

Bulldozer (65 hp.) 

Tracked Loader (190 hp. 

Tracked Loader (110 hp. 

Tractor/Backhoe (65 hp.) 

Tandem Dump Trucks (14 cu. yds) 

Tractor/Trailer Dump Trucks (22 cu. yds.) 

Rubber Tired Loader (6 cu. yds.) 

Rubber Tired Loader (5 cu. yds.) 

Rubber Tired Loader (3i cu. yds.) 

Motor Grader (125 hp.) 

Float (40 ton) 

Foreman (with pick-up truck) 

(plus overtime premium) 
Labour (plus overtime premium) 



$115.00 


per 


hour 


40.00 


per 


hour 


90.00 


per 


hour 


65.00 


per 


hour 


40.00 


per 


hour 


40.00 


per 


hour 


65.00 


per 


hour 


140.00 


per 


hour 


100.00 


per 


hour 


70.00 


per 


hour 


65.00 


per 


hour 


65.00 


per 


hour 


30.00 


per 


hour 



18.00 per hour 



All other expenses will be charged at cost plus 20%. 

All equipment is available 24 hours per day and 7 days per week, subject to 
prior commitments. Chargeable time will commence when equipment and manpower 
leave our site and will cease upon return to our site. Transportation and 
mobilization charges are extra. All rates are subject to a surcharge for 
overtime, weekend and holiday work. The minimum rental period for major 
equipment is 6 hours, for minor equipment and labour, Is 4 hours. 

Type of Spill 

Oil or hazardous material 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Heist (CH.) Ltd. 

700 Dorval Drive, Suite 508 

Oakviile, Ontario 

L6K 3V3 



Serving the areas of: 
The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Telephone Numbers 



Sarnia 

1 - Wet Vacuum Truck (519) 336-3330 24 Hrs. 

6 - Pick-up Trucks Manager: Jack Dempsey 542-4521 

18 - High Pressure Water Trucks Foreman: Barry Dudley 882-0225 

Ass't Manager: Barry Edgar 882-2947 
Hamilton 

3 - Wet Vacuum Trucks (416) 547-5661 24 Hrs. 

4 - Pick-up Trucks Manager: Frank Hruska 648-1864 

Oil Skimmer Ass't Manager: Al Poirier 634-2806 

10 - High Pressure Water Trucks Foreman: Win. DeBoer 765-2769 
3 - Dry Vacuum Trucks 
1 - Dry/wet Vacuum 

Sand 

Access to Dump Trucks and 
Front End Loaders 

Oakviile 



2 - Pick-up Trucks 

6 - High Pressure Water Trucks 

Sand 

Access to Dump Trucks and 
Front End Loaders 



(416) 844-9605 24 Hrs 
Manager: John Watson 689-7693 
Foreman: Henry Vandervelde 679-4619 
Pager: 589-6839 



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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR; 

Heist (CH.) Ltd. (Continued) 
700 Dorval Drive 
Oakville, Ontario 
L6K 3V3 



Serving the areas of: 
The entire Province 

Eqtpment and/or Services: Telephone Numbers 

Sudbury (Copper Cliff) 

I - Wet Vacuum Truck (705) 682-2808 24 Hrs. 
3 - Pick-up Trucks Manager: Roger Plumpton 566-0764 

II - High Pressure Water Trucks Foreman: Mike Plumpton 673-6079 

1 - Dry Vacuum Truck 

Sand 

Access to Dump Trucks and 
Front End Loaders 

Sault Ste. Marie 

3 - Pick-up Trucks (705) 942-0400 24 Hrs, 

3 - High Pressure Water Trucks Manager: Graeme Bews 253-1826 

2 - Dry/wet Vacuum Trucks Foreman: Don Johnson 949-8792 

Type of spill 

Oil and hazardous chemicals 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Honey-lfcee Sanitation Inc. 
2305 Janette Avenue 
Windsor:, Ontario 
N8X 1Z<9 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours (519) 254-1148 
If busy 254-9379 

Emergency Numbers 



Mr. Louis Bertoia 
Mr. Al Bertoia 
Mr. Lou Bertoia 



966-5707 
969-7982 

253-1660 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986 



Servicing the areas of: 
Essex, .and Kent Counties 
Equipment and/or Services: 

Expert technical service: 

- Experienced supervision and consulting specialist for scheduled and/or 
non-e«cheduled emergency service; 

- Marline and water pollution control - trained personnel and equipment 
avail table; 

- Desijgn and implementation of waste management systems and controls; 

- MobiUe service vehicles equipped with emergency equipment; 

- Heawj<- duty vacuum trucks equipped to handle heavy sludges, slurries and 
liqu.id waste 

- Higk performance vacuum inductors equipped to handle the dry chemical waste 
applications; 

- Tractor trailer tanker systems for bulk liquid waste; 

- High pressure water blasting equipment for multiple clean-up and pipe 
cleaning applications; 

- Liquid waste storage facilities for emergency use; 

- Liccnaced liquid waste removal service and access to final disposal 
facilities; 

- All 'units are radio dispatched 

Chargajs 

Costa are based on the hourly rate for labour and equipment. 

Type o>€ spills 

Liquids waste and hazardous chemical on land or water. 



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CONTRACTOR ; 

Hulton Construction Sales & Rentals 

R.R. #2 

Wolfe Island, Ontario 

KOH 2Y0 



Telephone Numbers 
(613) 385-2370 



Serving the areas of: 

Leeds and Grenville Counties 
Frontenac County 
(Mainly Wolfe Island) 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



- 1979 J Ton 4x4 Ford Pick-up 

- 1959 A.C Grader 

- 1979 A.C. Backhoe-Loader 

- 1975 Case Backhoe-Loader 

- G.M.C Dump Trucks (9 yd. and 15 yds.) 

- Labourers for Clean-Up, etc. 



$35 Hr. for equipment 
$12 for Labourers 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

ICO Inc. 
119 Ross Avenue 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1Y 0N6 



Telephone Numbers 

(613) 725-3031 
(Weekdays 8:30 - 4:30) 



Serving the areas of: 



Ottawa River from Thorne, Ontario to Fitzroy Harbour, Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



13 - Tugboats 
12 - Workboats 



$50.00 - $60.00 Per Hour 
$20.00 - $25.00 Per Hour 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Jim's Trucking Limited 
580 Ridge Road 
P.O. Box 431 
Welland, Ontario 
L3B 5R2 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours (416) 734-9422 
James Mashford 



Serving the areas of : 
Niagara Peninsula 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3 - 1000 Gal. vacuum trucks 

1 - 2000 Gal. vacuum truck 

2 - 2000 Gal. tank trucks 

4 - single axle dump trucks 

20,000 gal. storage tanks 

Transfer Lie #120404 
Carriers Lie. #8345 
Receiver Lie #120404 



Costs are based on the 
hourly rate for labour 
and equipment in the 
immediate area at current 
rates. 



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Type of Spill 

Liquids only 

Oil and oil water by-product 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Kap Petroleum Services 
R.R. 1 
Gurney Road 
Kapuskasing, Ontario 
P5N 2X7 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. Reg Tremblay (705) 335-3800 

Bus. " " 335-6800 

Res. " " 335-2645 

Res. Mario Tremblay 335-5791 

Res. Gilles Couture 335-2123 



Serving the areas of: 

North Region 

Hearst, Mattice, Kapuskasing 

Moonbeam, Smooth Rock Falls, Cochrane 



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Equipment and/or Services: 



3 - Wheeled Backhoes John Deere, Case 
3 - Front-End Loaders JD 540, CAT 920, 

966 Case 
3 - Tandem Trucks 

- JD 690 Hydraulic Crane 

- Case 40 Hydraulic Crane 

- 2" Air Pump and Equipment 

- Service Trucks Equipped 

- 35 Ton Float 

- 125 CFM Compressor 

- Fume Breathing Masks 

- Portable Generator 

- 250 Gals. Hold Tank 
00 - 45 Gals. Drums 

- Chainsaw 

3 - Sets Rain Suits 

- Wheelbarrow 

- 12 ft. Utility H.D. Trailer 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Costs are based on the 
hourly common rate as per 
city or town. 

Hourly rate for labour 2 men 
Is $32.00 per hour when 
travelling to and from 
spill. Working hours 2 men 
is $40 per hour. 

Mileage for service 

404 per km. 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Ken's Vacuum Pumping 
Elginburg, Ontario 
KOH 1M0 



Telephone Numbers 

Ken Corcoran (613) 546-0545 

549-1076 
Len Corcoran 542-0820 
Dan Corcoran 542-0820 



Serving the areas of: 

Hastings Lennox and Addington Frontenac 
Leeds and Grenville (Counties) 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



Tandem vacuum trucks with 3,000 gal. tanks 

Tandem diesel truck with 3000 gal. vacuum 

tank and pump with full-opening tailgate 

and hoist 

Gas 4x4 truck with 250 gal. skid tank 

2" gas powered water pumps 

5000 gal. emergency storage tank for 

non-corrosives 

555 Ford backhoe and loader on rubber 

190 Dynahoe loader backhoe on rubber 

Linkbelt hoe on tracks 

160 cfra compressor 

35 ton float 

Tandem dump trucks 

780 Case bulldozer 

Single-axle dump truck 

950 Caterpllar loader on rubber 

755 John Deere track loader 

941 Caterpillar track loader 

Gas powered portable generator 

932 Leibherr excavator 

235 Caterpillar excavator 



Costs are based on the 
hourly rate for labour and 
equipment in our area. 

Travelling time will be 
charged where required, 
plus meals and lodging 
will be added to the bill. 

If equipment will be taken 
from a job that is in 
progress, emergency 
customers may be charged 
for lost time when 
penalties for completion 
are in force. 



Type of spill 

Any non-corrosive material up to 50% solid matter. Ken's Vacuum Pumping is 
not Involved in the disposal of oil or other contaminates, only in the 
clean-up and transportation of these materials, and then only on the 
direction of the M.O.E. officer in charge of the clean-up. 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Kernohan (J.A.C) Construction Limited 
P.O. Box 4 
MInden, Ontario 
KOM 2K0 



Telephone Numbers 
Bus. (705) 286-1440 



Serving the areas of: 

Haliburton, Victoria 5. Peterborough Countys and District of Musko a 



Equipment and/or Services 



Charges: P.O. A. 
(Effective date 1986 ) 



2 - Cat D6C Bulldozer 

- Cat D6D Bulldozer 

- Cat D4D Bulldozer 

- Cat D7E Bulldozer 

- Cat 950 Loaders 

- Cat 930 Loader 

- Cat 955 Loader 

- Cat 235 Excavator 

- Hy-Hoe Excavator 

- Cat 12 Grader 
6 - Tandem Trucks 



Sand, Gravel and Concrete 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

King Technology Limited 
Snow Valley Road 
R.R. #3 

Barrie, Ontario 
L4M 4S5 



Telephone Numbers 



Bus. 
24 Hours 



(705) 737-4455 
(705) 737-1221 



Serving the areas of! 
The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Sampling and analysis of spilled materials, soils, groundwater and surface 
water. 

In conjunction with Chemical & Petro Waste Disposal (Barrie), provision of 
all equipment, labour and materials to clean up and dispose of spilled 
contaminants. 



Any of the above Information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Kramer (Charlie) Contracting Ltd. 
290 4th Avenue Southwest 
Owen Sound, Ontario 



Telephone Numbers 
(519) 376-1500 



Serving the areas of: 
Bruce and Grey Counties 



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Equipment and/or Services 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3 - Excavators 

3 - Backhoes 

5 - Tandem Dump Trucks 

3 - Bulldozers 

5 - Front-end Loaders 



Type of Spill 

On-site earth moving for oil spills only. 

Any transport and disposal of contaminated soil will require Ministry of the 

Environment direction. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Labelle (M.J.) Co. Ltd. 
17 - 1st Street 
P.O. Box 610 
Cochrane, Ontario 
POL ICO 



Telephone Numbers 

Cochrane (705) 272-4201 
R. Bradette 

Moosonee (705) 336-2631 
E. Innes 



Serving the areas of: 

The District of Manitoulin and the 
Southeastern part of the District of Sudbury 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - Grader 

4 - Bulldozers 

1 - Front-end Loader 

2 - Dump Trucks 
1 - Crane 



Type of Spill 

Oil and hazardous chemicals 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Lajoie Bros Contracting Ltd. 
141 Black Road 
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario 
P6A 6J8 



Telephone Numbers 



24 Hours 
Shop 



(705) 253-6935 

254-6770 



Serving the areas of: 



Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District 



Equipment and/or Services: 



3 Tandem dump trucks 

2 Floats 

1 Single axle 5 ton truck 

3 JD (on rubber) backhoes 

1 280 Intern backhoe (on rubber) 

1 International payloader 

Various pumps and hoses, including 

2 Mud pumps 

3 2" Air pumps 

1 1" Air pump 

2 Compressors 

Miscellaneous service vans and pickup trucks 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



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Type of spill 
Non-corrosive material 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Long Sault Construction Ltd. 

P.O. Box 70 

Long Sault, Ontario 

KOC IPO 



Telephone Numbers 

Office (613) 534-2281 

Hours - 8:00-500 

William Rae 534-2521 

Fern Gadbois 931-1584 

Maurice Billard 932-9562 



Serving the areas of: 



Cornwall and surrounding areas in Stormont County 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges : 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



1 - Backhoe 

2 - Dump Trucks 
1 - Compressor 



Labour $12-50 per hour 
Foreman $22.00 per hour 



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CONTRACTOR: 

MacGregor Crane Service Ltd. 
P.O. Box 261 

Cornwall, Ontario 
K6H 5S7 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (613) 933-0280 
Res. (613) 932-9682 



Serving the areas of: 
Southeastern Region 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Cranes: 18-80 Tons 
Floats 



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CONTRACTOR : 

Mackenzie Black Fab. 
P.O. Box 430 
Corunna, Ontario 
NON 1G0 



After Hours 



Telephone Numbers 

(519) 862-1033 
862-2213 

332-1779 
542-3807 



Serving the areas of: 
Lambton 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



2 Pitmans, 9 ton 

1 Dump truck (tandem) 

1 Pumper truck (6,000 gal. vacuum truck) 

1 30 ton float 

2 Dozers, D-5 , TD-7 

1 580 Case backhoe (rubber tired) 

2 Welding rigs 

1 Air compressor 

2 3" Pumps 
1 Grader 



$44.00/Hr c/w operator 
36.00/Hr. 
44.00/Hr. 
46.00/Hr. 
47.00/Hr. 
37.00/Hr. 
36.00/Hr. 
5.00/Hr. (labour not included) 

50.00/Day ( 

23. 00 /Day ( 

33. 00 /Day c/w operator 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

B.J. Maloney Construction Ltd. 
St. Andrews West, Ontario 
KOC 2A0 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (613) 933-3779 
Res. (613) 932-1579 



Serving the areas of: 

Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, 
Prescott and Russell Counties 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Shovels: 



Bulldozers: 



925 Liebherr 1 cu. yd. 
942 Liebherr 1-3/4 cu. yd- 
971 Liebherr 2-1/2 cu. yd. 
2 - 690-B John Deere 
30-B Bucyrus Erie Dragline 

D-8-H Cat. 
D-7-E Cat. 
85-A Komatsu 
1 - T-12 Hitachi 



Front-End Loader: 977-H Cat. 

Side Dump 

Wheel Loader: 1981 Trojan Model 1900 
3 cu. yd., Side Dump 

Scrapers: 4 - 641 Cat. 
DW-21 Cat. 

Trucks: Tandem Dump 

Tandem Rock Truck 
Float Service 



Standard MTC Rates 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Marcus (Harold) Limited 
Bothwell, Ontario 
NOP ICO 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours (519) 695-2721 

Res. (519) 695-3226 
695-2623 



Serving the areas of: 

The MOE District Offices in Windsor, Sarnia, London, Welland, Stoney Creek 
and Cambridge, Oakville and Toronto (Metro and York-Durham) 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



26 - Tractor-Trailer Tank Trucks 
(6,000 - 9,000 gal. cap.) 

A - Tank Trucks from 

(2,100 - 3,300 gal. cap.) 

7 - Vacuum Trucks from 

(2,500 - 3,300 gal. cap) 



All trucks are equipped for self-loading and unloading. 

Tank trucks are equipped with self-priming gear pumps; 
vacuum trucks are equipped with vacuum pumps for loading 
and unloading 



Prices quoted on equipment 
as required 



Type of Spill 

Oil and most hazardous chemical; clean-up and disposal service provided 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR; 

Marine Clean Limited 
6220 Don Murie Street 
P.O. Box 2205 
Niagara Falls, Ontario 
L2E 6Z3 



Telephone Numbers 

(416) 356-5553 
24 Hour a day answering 
service and paging service 



Serving the areas of: 



Soutb&arn Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Tractcw trailer tankers equipped with 3" viking pumps 

Tandem axle tankers equipped with 3" viking pumps 

Singlet axle tankers equipped with 2" gorraan-rupp pumps 

Oil/wa/ter separators (both fixed and portable) 

Variants containment and skimming equipment; hoses, portable pumps, etc 



Licenswsd by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment 
AS: Gjenerator 

Carrier 

Receiver 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR : Telephone Numbers 

Marine Pollution Control (313) 849-2333 

8631 West Jefferson 

Detroit, Michigan 48209 24 hour, 7 days/week 

U.S.A. 



Serving the areas of: 

Primary: Southwestern Region 

Secondary: Will respond to the entire province 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

4 - Stainless Steel Tanker Trailers 5000-6500 Gal. 

5 - Vacuum Tankers, 1800 to 5000 Gal. 
1 - Mobile Vacuum Unit, 250 gal. 

4 - Tanker Trailers, 4300 to 7000 Gal. 

1 - Hazardous Material Response Trailer 40 ft. 

Various Trucks, Trailers, Operations Vehicles, and Vans 
1 - Front-end Loader and Backhoe 

1 - Personnel Decontamination Trailer 22 ft. 

Mobile Lighting Units and Generators 
High Capacity Pumping Systems and Various Pumps 
Steam Jennies, Power Washers and Water Blasters 
Oil Containment and Sorbent Booms 

2 - Groundwater Decontamination Units 

Air Supply Van, Breathing and Filtering System 

Acid Suits, Air and Tyvek Suits 

Recovery Drums, Remote Drum Opener, Portable Drum Crusher 
1 - Vacuum Barge, 3000 gal/hr. stores 4000 Gal. 
1 - Work Barge, Stores 4000 Gal. 

Outboard Utility Boats 

Communications, video and Voice Recording and Photographic Equipment 

Diving Gear 

Trained Divers, Chemists, Consultants and a Pilot 

Distributor of Sorbent Products, Dispersant, Booms, Skimmers and 

Groundwater Recovery /Clean-up Systems 

Type of Spills 

Petroleum, Hazardous Materials, PCB Spills. High Capacity Pumps For 
Emergency Tank/Ship Off Loading 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR ; 

Mattice (Jim) Company Limited 
R.R. #1 

Selkirk, Ontario 
NOA IPO 



Telephone Numbers 

(416) 776-2396 
776-2833 
768-3101 
776-2851 



Serving the areas of: 



Haldimand-Norfolk. 



Equipment and/or Services: 

4 - Excavators (1$ yd. bucket) 
2 - 750 Ford Backhoes 

5 - 555 Ford Backhoes 

1 - 555 Ford Backhoe With Demolition 

Hammer for Concrete and Frost 

2 - Crawler Loaders with l£ and 1-3/4 yard 

Buckets 

3 - Bulldozers with 6 and 8 Way Blades 
Tandem Trucks with 14 to 16 Yard Boxes 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

$60.00 per hour 

$50.00 per hour 

$48.00 per hour 

$70.00 per hour 

$48.00 per hour 
$48.00 per hour 
$36.00 to $38.00 per hour 



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CONTRACTOR : Telephone Numbers 

McCaffrey's (Art) Garage and Towing Ltd. Bus. (613) 962-2233 

P.O. Box 52 Bus. 962-1328 

Cannifton, Ontario (Belleville) Res. 962-8447 
KOK 1K0 



Serving the areas of: 



Southeastern Ontario 

Eastern Section of Central Region 

Northumberland, Peterborough, Hallburton Counties 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Air Cushion Recovery Unit (High and Low Pressure Cushions) 

Service Truck with 250 gal. Skid Tank 

30 Ton Hydraulic Wrecker (Tandem) 

25 Ton Tandem Wrecker 

25 Ton Single Ajle Wrecker 

3 One Ton Wreckers 

Converter for Trailers 

3 Ton Float 

45 Ft. Environmental Trailer and Operator 

4 Licenced Drivers for Transporting of Dangerous Goods 
4 Licenced Operators for Air Cushion Recovery Unit 

4 Trained Wrecker Operators 

(30 Years Experience in Wrecker Recovery Work) 

NOTE: We have three Construction Companies with Floats, Loaders, Dump Trucks 
and Cranes which are available to us as sub-contractors. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR : 

Mclnroy-Maines Construction Ltd. 
R.R. #5 

Belleville, Ontario 
K8N 4Z5 



Servicing the areas of: 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (613) 962-6605 
Emergency Numbers 



P. Mclnroy 
E. Harder 



The MOE District Offices in Peterborough and Kingston 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Backhoes, w/ operator 

Tandem trucks, w/operator 

Compressor- jackhammer, w/operator 

Air ram backhoe, compressor, w/operator 

Compressor-Worthington 250 less operator 

3/4 ton, FWD 

Water pumps 

Labour - Foremen 
- General 
977 Loader (track) 
Float charge 
Excavator lj cu. yd. (track) 

Materials 



Sand fill 
Pit run gravel 
5/8 Gravel 
Top soil 
Fill 



Charges: 
(Effective date 

$44.00/Hr. 

40.00/Hr. 

35.00/Hr. 

90.00/Hr. 

95.00/Hr. 
•20.00/Hr. 

30.00/Hr. 

25.00/Hr. 
19.00/Hr. 
70.00/Hr. 
60.00/Hr. 
70.00/Hr. 



$ 5.25/Yd. 

5.25/Yd. 

6.35/Yd. 

15-50/Yd. 

4.50/Yd. 



Asphalt repairs to be negotiated as to size of job 

Type of spill 

Oil and hazardous chemicals 



966-2248 
395-2271 



1986 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: Telephone Numbers 

Meiler (G.B.) Excavating Ltd. (519) 647-3415 

R.R. #1 647-2535 

Troy, Ontario 
LOR 2 BO 



Serving the areas of: 



West Central Region - Hamilton, Cambridge, Welland 
Central Region - Toronto West, Oakville 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1966 ) 



1 - 3,500 Gal. Tandem Vacuum Tank and Pump 
5 - Tandem Dump Trucks 

4 - Bulldozers 

5 - Loaders 
1 - Backhoe 

1 - Excavator 
3 - Floats 
3 - Pumps 
Saw Dust 

Cost is based on hourly rate for equipment and labour in the immediate area. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Mervyn (Bud) Contracting Ltd. 

RR 5 

Owen Sound, Ontario 



Telephone Numbers 
(519) 376-0893 



Serving the areas of: 
Bruce and Grey Counties 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



2 - JSW 1-1/8 cu. yd. Excavators 

1 - Tractor Backhoe 

5 - Tandem Dump Trucks 

2 - John Deere 450 Crawler Dozers 

1 - TD International Large Dozer 

2 - 4 cu. yd. Rubber Tyred Loaders 



Standard MTC Rates 



Type of Spill 

On-site earth moving for oil spills only. 

Any transport and disposal of contaminated soil and debris will require 

Ministry of the Environment direction. 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Middlesex Supply and Maintenance Limited 
1022 Hubrey Road 
London, Ontario 
N6N 1B5 



Serving the areas of: 

Region 1 - London, Elgin, Middlesex, 
Perth and Oxford Counties 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (519) 681-0161 

(519) 681-0670 

R. McCracken, Res. (519) 472-0253 

24 Hour pager 3090 (519) 673-1345 

Outside London: 1-800-265-4117 

Pager 3090 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



800 Gallon Vacuum Trailer 
3000 Gallon Vacuum Truck 
4200 Gallon Vacuum Truck 
Tractor and 7200 Gallon Tanker 
Tractor & Flat-bed Trailer 
6000 Gallon Pup (if required) 
Utility Truck (If required) 
Additional labour (if required) 
Supervision (If required) 
Stake Truck with Power Tailgate 

1 - Drott 50 Track Hoe l| yd. 

2 - 980 Case Track Hoe 1 yd. 

2 - 880 Cast Track Hoe 3/4 yd. 
1 - TD 25 l.H.C Dozer 

14' x 5' blade, 365 hp. 
1 - 55B Michigan Loader, 2i yd. 

3 - TD8 l.H.C. - 6 way blade 
1 - 125 l.H.C. Loader, U yd. 
3 - 580 Case Tractor Backhoe- 

Extend-A-Hoe 
6 - Tandem Trucks 
1 - Dynapac 66" Smooth Drum Compactor 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Mid-North Pumps 
P.O. Box 2366 
Timmins, Ontario 
P4N 3E8 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (705) 267-2828 
Res. (705) 235-2828 



Serving the areas of: 

District of Cochrane, Algoma, Timiskaming , Sudbury 



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Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Tandem Trucks (15 and 18 yds. boxes) 

Backhoes 

Bulldozers 

Track Excavator 

Front-end Loaders 

lj" and 2" Pumps with Hoses 

25 and 40 Tons Mobile Cranes 

2 5 and 50 tons Wreckers 

950 Cat. Loader 

Portable Generator 

Low Bed 



Type of Spill 

Petroleum Products 

Provisional Certificate of Approval No. A8983 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Mumby (J. A.) 
Septic Tank. Pumping 
162 Katherine Street 
Tweed, Ontario 

KOK 3JO 



Telephone Numbers 
(613) 478-3333 



Serving the areas of: 

The Southeastern Region (IV) 



Equipment and/or Services! 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



1 - 1980 Diesel Truck with Vacuum Pump and 
Tank - 2,000 Gal. capacity 

1 - Truck with Vacuum Pump and Tank, 
1,500 Gal. cap. 

300' of 2", 3" and 4" suction hoses 

Portable toilets 
1 - J Ton Pick-up 
I - i Ton 4-WheeI Drive Pick-Up 



Costs are based on hourly 
rate for labour and 
equipment In the immediate 
area. Includes operator 
and one helper. 

Any travel time will be 
charged and, when required, 
lodging and meals will he 
added to the total 
operational costs. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR ; 

O.C Liquid Waste Haulers 
P.O Box 162 
Malton P.O. 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L4T 3B5 



Telephone Numbers 



Cellular 
Pager 



24 Hours 
24 Hours 



(416) 
(416) 



587-5779 

964-9167 



-- 



Serving the areas of: 



r 



Southern Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



3 - Vacuum Tanker Trailers 

2000-4800 Gallons 
5 - Mildsteel or Stainless Steel Tankers 
1-45' Flatbed Truck with Racks 
1 - Crane Truck 

Roll-off Boxes 

Bobcat Loaders 

Steel Dyke Fabrication 

Types of Spills 

Oil and Hazardous Materials 



Any of the above Information Is subject to change without notice 

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Telephone Numbers 
(416) 579-4511 24 Hours 

TOLL FREE FROM 416/519/613/705 
1-800-263-7988 



CONTRACTOR: 

Ollco Maintenance Company Ltd. 

P.O. Box 191 

460 Taunton Road East 

Oshawa, Ontario 

L1H 7L1 

Serving the areas of: 

Peterborough, Victoria, Northumberland, Hastings, Prince Edward, Frontenac, 

Haliburton, Lennox & Addington Counties and the 
Regional Municipality of Durham 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



Labour, equipment and 
material as per current 
rate list. 
(Available on request) 



Site supervision, overall co-ordination 

(20 years experience) 
Explosion Meter (Sniffer) 
Liquid Spill Pick-up Materials 

- Absorbent Pads 

- Absorbent Blankets 

- Absorbent Booms 

- Absorbent Pellets 

- OOPS Kits (small spills) 
Pressure-test Equipment for tanks and piping 
Safety Equipment (including self-contained 

breathing apparatus) 
Small Vertical Tube Coalescing Separator 
Scavengers (Gas and Oil Filter Recovery Unit) 
Skid Tanks and Drums, as required 
Transfer Pumps (explosion-proof motors, or 

air-operated) 
Water Pumps 

Backhoe(s), with operator 
Dump Truck(s), with operator 
Compressor(s) and Construction Tools 
Crane Truck, with operator 

Spill Clean-Up Truck fully equipped with spill clean-up material, pumps and 
equipment plus 1000 Gal. holding tank 

- available on an emergency basis 

- radio/telephone equipped 

Type of Spill 

Petroleum and Chemical liquids (non-corrosive) 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Palro Liquid Waste Removal Ltd. 

66 Mohawk Street 

Unit #19 

P.O. Box 1477 

Brantford, Ontario 

N3T 5V6 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours (519) 756-9200 
(Allen Sroka or 
Harry Ledgur) 



Serving the areas of: 
Southwestern Ontario 
Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



2 - 2,500 gal. Vacuum Tanker with Operator 

- 3,000 gal. Vacuum Tanker with Operator 

- 3,200 gal. Vacuum Tanker with Operator 

- 3,600 gal. Vacuum Tanker with Operator 

- 6,200 Gal. Vacuum Tanker with Operator 

- 7,500 Gal. Vacuum Tanker with Operator 

- 45' Closed Van with Operator 

- 26' Closed Van W/Tailgate with Operator 

- 47' Low Bed Float with Operator 

- 26' Low Bed Float with Operator 
2 - Pick-up Trucks with Operator 

1 - Back Hoe with Operator 

Additional Labour - per man 

SPILL CLEAN UP: 

24 Hour Emergency Service 

Availability of all the above equipment. 

Site supervision and overall co-ordination. 

Safety Equipment Consisting of: 

Breathing Apparatus 

Safety Boots 

Protective Clothing 

Spill Clean Up and Containment Materials 

Recovery Drums 

FUTURE PLANS: 

Self-contained Environmental Response Unit 

will be on the road in 1987 



$70 perhour 
$70 per hour 
$70 per hour 
$70 per hour 
$85 per hour 
$90 per hour 
$80 per hour 
$70 per hour 
$75 per hour 
$30 per hour 
$35 per hour 
$40 per hour 
$25 per hour 

Above rates apply from 
7:00 A.M. -5:00 P.M. 
Monday to Friday. 
After hours an additional 
$20 per hour per item 
will apply 



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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR : 

Paris Construction Co. Ltd. 
R.R. #2 

Paris, Ontario 
N3L 3E2 



Office 

Robert Willson 

Chuck Birley 



Telephone Numbers 
(519) 442-2281 



442-3133 Home 
442-2083 Home 



Serving the areas of: 



Dufferin, Wellington and Brant Counties and 
The Regional Municipality of Waterloo 



Equipment and/or Services: 



1 - 82-20B Euclid bulldozer 

(with or without pullscraper) 

1 - TD20C Bulldozer 

(with or without pullscraper) 

1 - TD15C Bulldozer 

1 - TD8C Bulldozer 

1 - JD450C Bulldozer 

1 - JD350C Bulldozer 

3 - 745 Allis Chalmers 4J cu. yd. 

rubber-tired loaders 
1 - LS5000 Track backhoe 
1 - JD450C Backhoe - track type 
1 - Backhoe - rubber-tired 
1 - Single axle dump truck 
1 - Tractor and float (40 tons) 
1 - Water truck 
1 - Welder and operator 

4 - Tandem axle dump trucks 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

$86.00/Hr. 

86.00/Hr. 

73.00/Hr. 
58.50/Hr. 
58.50/Hr. 
52.50/Hr. 

82.00/Hr. 

95.00/Hr. 
54.50/Hr. 
47.00/Hr. 
35.50/Hr. 
60.00/Hr. 
47.00/Hr. 
29.50/Hr. 
42.50/Hr. 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR ; 

Pedersen (Helmer) Const. 
P.O. Box 2409 
Highway 1 1 and 65 West 
New Liskeard, Ontario 
POJ 1P0 



Ltd. 



Telephone Numbers 

(705) 647-6223 
647-4144 



Servicing the areas of; 



Northeastern Region (Timiskaraing District) 

Temagami, Latchford, Cobalt, Haileybury, New Liskeard, 

Earlton, Englehart, Kirkland Lake 



Equipment and/or Services : 



1 - Liebherr 942 Excavator 
1 - Liebherr 945 Excavator 
1 - Liebherr 932 Excavator 
1 - Liebherr 921 Excavator 
3 - John Deere 69 OB Excavators 

3 - John Deere 450D Dozers 
1 - John Deere 750 Dozer 

1 - John Deere 544C Loader 
1 - Cat 930 Loader 

4 - Tandems 

3 - Floats (30, 35, & 40 Ton) 
1 - JD410 Loader/Backhoe (Rubber) 
1 - JDS 10 Loader/Backhoe (Rubber) 
1 - JD350 Loader/Backhoe (Crawler) 
1 - JD450 Loader/Backhoe (Crawler) 
1 - Cat 14 E Motor Grader 

1 - Cat 12 Motor Grader 

2 - Air Tracs C/W Compressors 
Generators 

Pumps 

Compaction Equipment 



Charges : 
(Effective date 



1986 



Current O.P.S.S. 

127 Rates and Conditions 



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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Peel Petro-Chemical Services Inc. 
1680 Bonhill Road 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5T 1C8 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (461) 672-7867 



Serving the areas of: 

Toronto, York Peel, Halton 
(West Central Region) 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



Labour, equipment and 
material, as per current 
rate list. (Available on 
request) 



Site supervision, overall co-ordination 
(years' experience) 
Explosion Meter (Sniffer) 
Liquid Spill Pick-Up Materials 
Absorbent Pads 

- Absorbent Blankets 
Absorbent Booms 
Absorbent Pellets 

- OOPS Kits (small spills) 

Pressure Test Equipment for Tanks and Piping 
Safety Equipment (including self-contained 

breathing apparatus) 
Small Vertical Tube Coalescing Separator 
Scavengers (Gas and Oil Filter Recovery Unit) 
Skid Tanks and Drums, as required 
Transfer Pumps (explosion-proof motors or 

air operated) 
Water Pumps 

Backhoe(s), with operator 
Dump Truck(s), with operator 
Compressor (s) , and construction tools 
Crane Truck, with operator 

Spill C lean-Up Truck fully equipped with spill clean-up material, pumps and 
equipment, plus 1000 Gal. holding tank 

Type of Spill 

Petroleum and Chemical Liquids (non-corrosive) 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-71 



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ANNEX III 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Penny * Casson Co- Ltd. 
3039 Kennedy Road 
Agincowrt , Ontario 

M1V 1ST 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (416) 298-1144 



Serving the areas of: 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto and 
The Regional Municipalities of Peel and York 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



Labour, equipment and 
material as per current 
rate lists* (Available 
on request) 



- Site supervision, overall co-ordination 
(Thirty years' experience) 

- Explosion meter (Sniffer) 

- Liquid spill pick-up materials 

- absorbent pads 
absorbent blankets 
absorbent booms 

- absorbent pellets 

- SUM'S kits (small spills) 

- Pressure test equipment for tanks and piping 

- Safety equipment (including self-contained 
breaching apparatus) 

- Small vertical tube coalescing separator 

- Scavengers (gas and oil filter recovery unit) 

- Skid tanks and drums, as required 

- Tramsfer pumps (explosion-proof motors or 
air operated) 

- Ware* pumps 

- BackJnoe(B), with operator 

- Dump- truck(s), with operator 

- Compjressor(s) and construction tools 

- Crosne truck, with operator 

Spill Clean-Up Truck fully equipped with spill clean-up material, pumps 
equipnnent, plus 1000 gal. holding tank 

- available on emergency basis 

Type at spill 

PetraLssum and chemical liquids (non-corrosive) 

Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Pepi Sewage Disposal Services Ltd. 

R.R. #1 

Port Severn, Ontario 

LOK ISO 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (705) 756-2644 



Serving the areas of: 

Barrie North Hwy 69 Parry Sound 

Muskoka Area Hwy II 

South Eastern Georgian Bay 

(Available for other areas on request) 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



3 Vacuum Trucks, 3,250 gal., 3,000 gal., 2,000 gal. 
1 580 B Extendo Hoe 
1 500 Dozer 

1 850 Track Loader 

2 Tandem Dump Trucks 
1 Tri Axle Float 

1 Self Propelled 26 x 8 Pump Barge, 1,000 gal. cap. 

1 Self Propelled 16 x 40 Pump Barge, 6,000 gal. cap. 

Variety Portable Pumps 

1 150 CFM Compressor 

1 Cobra Rock Drill 

1 Portable Generator, Wheelbarrel, Chainsaws, Shovels, additional other 

equipment available on request 

Any hazardous Spill, request direction of M.O.E. Officer In Charge 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Philip Enterprises Inc. 
52 Imperial Street 
Hamilton, Ontario 
L8L 7W2 



Telephone Numbers 

Business - (416) 544-6687 

Residence - Allen Fracassi 388-2727 

Residence - Philip Fracassi 578-0742 

Residence - Vince Gagich 389-6089 



SEE ALSO : Page I I I- 17-08 for additional equipment and services previously 
provided by Best Liquid Waste Disposal Co. Ltd. 



Serving the areas of: 



Hamilton Wentworth, Niagara, Halton, Brant, Haldiraand-Norfolk 
Waterloo, Oxford, Wellington, Peel 



Equipment and/ or Services: 



Charges: 
{Effective date 



1986 ) 



Emergency response trained personnel/After emergency clean-up to M.O.E. 
Direction 

Dump Trucks 

Dump Trailer 

Flat Beds 

Floats 

Tanker 

Backhoe and Front End Loader 

Welding and Cutting Equipment 

Pumps, Wet and Dry 

"Dryaid" Absorbent 

Miscellaneous Equipment, Shovels, Safety Equipment, etc. 

Genset and Lighting 

Organic Vapour , dust masks 



Type of Spills 

Liquid and Solid Spills, Non-Hazardous and Hazardous 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Piette (Ray) Trucking 
R.R. #1 

Lavlgne, Ontario 
POH 1RO 



Telephone Numbers 
(705) 594-2478 



Serving the areas of: 

Northeastern Region 

Verner, Lavigne and Noelville 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - Backhoe 

1 - Payloader 

1 - Truck (Tandem) 



Standard Government 
Rates 



Gravel, Sand, Topsoil, Fill 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

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ANNEX III 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Pioneer Construction Inc. 
3319 Kingsway 
Sudbury, Ontario 



Telephone Numbers 
(705) 560-0320 



Serving the areas of: 



North Eastern Region 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

Current M.T.C. Rates 



- F.E. Loader - Cat 930 

- F.E. Loaders - Cat 966 

- F.E. Loader - Cat 980 

- Backhoe, Hydr - Case 880 

- Backhoe, Hydr - Cat 225 

- Backhoe, Hydr - Cat 235 

- Backhoe, Hydr - J.D. 510 
3 - Graders - Cat 12 - Cat 14 

1 - Dozer - Cat D-4 

2 - Dozer - Cat D-6 

3 - Dozer - Cat D-7 

3 - Dozer - J.D. 450 

5 - Tractor/Semi Rear Dump 
9 - Tandem Trucks 

4 - Volvo Off Hwy 25 Ton Trucks 

1 - Tandem, 2,500 Gal. "Waste Tanker' 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Quinney (Glenn) & Son 
R.R. #4 

Bowmanvllle, Ontario 
L1C 3K5 



Telephone Numbers 
(416) 623-2996 



Servicing the areas of: 



Central Regions 

York-Durham and Peterborough 



Equipment and/or Services: 



1 - 580D Case extenda hoe 
1 - D4D Caterpillar dozer 

Travelling time will be charged 



Charges: 

(Effective date Jan. 1/87 ) 

$45 per hour 
60 per hour 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Rathwell - Rathwell 

Petroleum Handling Systems 
Brucefield, Ontario 
NOM 1JO 



Telephone Numbers 

Bill Rathwell (519) 482-7269 24 Hours 
Don Rathwell 482-9153 



Serving the areas of: 



Sections of Southwestern Region (1) 

Counties of Huron, Perth, Grey, 

Bruce and Northern portion of Middlesex 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - 3000 Gal. Vacuum Tank and Truck 

1 - Backhoe (rubber-tired) 

2 - Tandem Dump Trucks 
1 - 1 yd. Powerhoe 

3 - Centrifugal Pumps 

(Water and Petroleum Products) 
1 - 700 Gal. Portable (on wheels) 

Spill Control Unit, 

c/w accessories for small cleanups 
1 - O.R.S. Oil Recovery System 

portable monitor and water table 

depression pump 

Service Vehicles 
Labour 



$52.00 per hour 
45.00 per hour 
36.00 per hour 
70.00 per hour 

10.00 per hour 



20.00 per hour 



5.00 per hour 

.45 km. 
30.00 per hour 

PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE 
WITHOUT NOTICE 



Type of Spill 

Class 1 or 11 petroleum products 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Robinson (Gary D.) Contracting Limited 

R.R. #8 

St. Thomas, Ontario 

N5P 3T3 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours (519) 773-3751 
Beeper Service 1-800-265-9255 
(Unit 1241) 



Serving the areas of: 
The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



1 - Tandem Diesel, with 2000 Gal. Vacuum Tank 
and Pump, 120' - 4" hose 

1 - Hi-pressure Sewer Cleaner, 1000 Gal. Capacity 

with various nozzles, 500* hose and 
washoff gun 

2 - Tandem Dump Trucks 

1 - Single Axle Dump Truck 

2 - 580C Tractor Backhoes - Extendahoes 
1 - 466D Koring Shovel 
1 - D-7 Cat. Bulldozer 
1 - D-4 Cat. Bulldozer 

1-15 Ton Float 
1-35 Ton Float 

Various tandem and single axle highway tractors 
Portable compressor 
Portable welders 



Costs are based on the 
hourly rate for labour 
and equipment in the 
immediate area. 

Any travel time will be 
charged and, when 
required, lodging and 
meals will be added to 
the total operating costs. 



Type of Spill 

Any oil, or non-corrosive material. Gary D. Robinson Contracting Ltd. is not 
involved in the disposal of spilled oil or other contaminates, only in the 
cleanup and transport of those materials. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR : 

Sadler's (Bert) Haulage & 

Excavating Ltd. 
P.O. Box 248 
Clarksburg, Ontario 
NOH 1J0 



Telephone Numbers 

(519) 599-2001 



Serving the areas of: 
Bruce and Grey Counties 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



6 - Tandem Trucks 
3 - Dump Trailers 

- 1 cu. yd. Excavator 

- Rubber Tired Backhoe 

- Trim Dozer 

- Crawler Loader 

- Float 

- Compactor 

- Grader 



Type of Spill 

On-site earth moving associated with oil spills. 

Transport and disposal of contaminated soil and debris, only under Ministry 

of the Environment direction 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR; 

Sandrin Brothers Limited 
150 Exmouth Street 
Sarnia, Ontario 
N7T 5M3 



Telephone Numbers 
24 Hours (519) 336-5338 



Serving the areas of; 



South Western Region (1) 

Entire Province of Ontario, in the event major spills occur 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 



) 



Sandrin Brothers Limited has served as the response contractor to PIMEC in 
the area of Lake Huron to Lake St. Clair, and has considerable expertise and 
experience in modern containment and cleanup operations. Trained supervisors 
and work crews can be dispatched within 2 hours of call. 

42 - Trucks: pickups, crew cabs, highway tractor trailer units 
3 - Boom Trucks: 8, 10 and 12 Ton 

2 - Tug Boats: 1400 HP and 2000 HP 

6 - Barges - Various Capacities 

3 - Work Boats 
10 - Muck Boats 

7 - Construction and Tool Trailers 

3 - Cranes: 25, 40 and 55 ton capacity 
2 - Excavators - 2 yard 
1 - Bulldozer 

Tools - extensive inventory of all types of construction-related equipment: 
generators, compressors, welding machines, underwater welding 
cutting, communications equipment, oil booms, etc 

Type of spill 

All types, land or marine 

Costs 

Based on current published rates. 



Any of the above information Is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 



Sanexen 

A Subsidiary of Sanivan Group Inc. 

3027 Harvester Road 

Unit 204 

Burlington, Ontario 

L7P 3G7 



Telephone Numbers 

1-800-263-6368 

1-416-681-3366 

Contact Mike Brown 

Regional Manager 






Serving the areas of: 

Entire area of Ontario and Quebec — 24 Hour service 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



PCB Waste Management 
Waste Site Restoration 
Underground Tank Testing 
Water Treatment Services 
Pollution equipment sales 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Sanivan (Ontario) Inc. 
2250 Industrial St. 
Burlington, Ontario 
L7P 1A1 



Telephone Numbers 

Emergency Response 1-800-361-8920 
24 Hours Office 1-519-335-2321 
Contacts Jim Clarke 

Home 1-416-628-4421 

Stan Griffiths 

Home 1-416-275-0860 



Serving the areas of: 

Entire area of Ontario and Quebec — 24 Hour service 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 > 



8 High Pressure Water Units, 1-10,000 PSI 
10 Vacuum Units of various capacities 
1 45' Environmental Trailer fully equipped, Including: 

Hatch Cone Cover 

Overpack Drums 

Compressors 

Generators 

Spotlights 

Total encapsulating suits 

Scott Air Packs 

Sludge Pumps 

Assorted Sorbent 

011 Boom and Skimmers 

Wilson Communications 

Safety Equipment, Tools, First Aid and Medical Supplies 

Aircraft Service 

Chemists and Lab Technicians 

Underwater Recovery and Inspection 

Spill Control and Containment 

Consulting 

Supervision 

Emergency Response Coordinator 



Type of Spill 

Oil, petroleum products, and hazardous chemical spills. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR : 

Sanivan Inc. (Head Office) 
1705, 3rd Avenue 
Pointe-aux-Trembles, Qc 
H1B 5M9 

Serving the areas of: 

The entire Province of Ontario, from: 

- Pointe-aux-Trembles, Qc (514) 353-9170 Bus. 

- Sanivan (Ontario) Inc. (each listed separately) 

- Sarnia, Ontario (519) 336-5320 Bus. 

- Windsor, Ontario (519) 737-6131 Bus. 

- Burlington, Ontario (416) 335-2321 Bus. 

Equipment and/or Services: 
(for Point-aux Trembles) 



Telephone Numbers 



Emergency No. 1-800-361-8920 
Quebec, Ontario, Maritime provinces 
24 Hours/day - Seven days/week 



Chdr2£S i 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Based on current 
published price list 



48 Vacuum Units: 410-6250 CFM, up to 7,500 Gal. 
66 High Pressure Water Blasting Units. 

Up to 10,000 p.s-i. 
2 45' Emergency Vans, equipped for hazardous 

chemical spill response 
2 25' Emergency Unit Trucks, equipped for oil or 

chemical spill response 

- Oil Booms, 400', 18", 24" and 36" 

- Various Pumps, Including Framo, Centrifugal, 

Flygt, Diagragm, etc 

- Sorbent, including 3M, S.P.C, Hazorb, Fiberperl, 

Speedy Dry. Oil Snare, etc 

- Portable Generators, Lighting Equipment, etc 

- Workboats, various types, of spill clean-up or general marine work 

- Oil Mop Machine, capacity up to 7,000 Gal./hr. 

- Sandblasting Units, etc 

- Mudcat Mini Dredge for cleaning of lagoons, settling ponds, etc 

Service (Point-aux-Trembles) 

- Will handle any type of marine or land spill, oil or chemical 
(except: explosives, radioactive materials) 

- Fully trained and equipped hazardous material emergency response team 

- Pumping and handling of liquid, semi-liquid and solid wastes 

- Industrial cleaning of all types, Including tanks, boilers, heat 
exchangers, evaporators, etc. 

- Cleaning of industrial lagoons, settling ponds, lakes, marinas, etc 

- Full sandblasting and printing services 

- Sales of pollution control equipment, e.g. oil booms, skimmers, sorbents, 

- Consulting services for contingency planning personnel training, etc 

- Full consulting engineers in the field of the Environment 

- PCB decontamination, transport and site restoration 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



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CONTRACTOR: 

Sanivan (Ontario) Inc. 
396 S. McGregor Road 
P.O. Box 2240 
Sarnia, Ontario 
N7T 7L7 



Telephone Numbers 

Emergency Response 1-800-361-8920 
24 Hours Office 1-519-336-5320 
Contacts Henry Nyp 

Home 1-519-344-5667 

Ron Arseneault 

Home 1-519-542-1961 

William Severln 
Home 1-519-336-6337 



Serving the areas of: 

Entire area of Ontario and Quebec — 24 Hr. service 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



27 High Pressure Water Units, 1-10,000 PSI 
9 Vacuum Units of various capacities 
1 22' Environmental Trailer fully equipped, including: 

Hatch cone cover 

Spotlights 

Air masks and cartridges 

Wilson Communications 

Honda Generator 

Various Pumps 

Various hoses and tools 

Safety equipment 

Overpack drums, etc. 

Aircraft Service 

Chemists and Lab Technicians 

Underwater Recovery and Inspection 

Spill Control and Containment 

Consulting 

Supervision 

Emergency Response Coordinator 



Type of Spill 

Oil, petroleum products, and hazardous chemical spills. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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CONTRACTOR: 

Sanivan (Ontario) Inc. 
1860 N. Talbot Road 
Windsor, Ontario 
N9A 6J3 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



Telephone Numbers 

Emergency Response 1-800-361-8920 
24 Hours Office 1-519-737-6131 
Contacts Tom Lyman 

Home 1-519-733-4425 

Darcy Warren 
Home 1-519-733-6235 

Murray Pickle 
Home 1-519-253-8138 



Serving the areas of: 

Entire area of Ontario and Quebec — 24 Hr. service 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



6 High Pressure Water Units, 1-10,000 PSI 

6 Vacuum Units of various capacities 

1 22' Environmental Van fully equipped, including: 

Hatch Cone Cover 

Spotlights 

Air Masks and Cartridges 

Wilson Communications 

Honda Generator 

Various Pumps 

Various Hoses and Tools 

Safety Equipment 

Overpack Drums, etc. 

Aircraft Service 

Chemists and Lab Technicians 

Underwater Recovery and Inspection 

Spill Control and Containment 

Consulting 

Supervision 

Emergency Response Coordinator 



Type of Spill 

Oil, petroleum products, and hazardous chemical spills. 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

Sauer (A.) & Son Ltd. 
P.O. Box 519 
Woodward Avenue 
Blind River, Ontario 
POR 1B0 



Telephone Numbers 
(705) 356-7502 



Serving the areas of: 

North Eastern Region 

Thessalon, Iron Bridge 

Blind River and Elliot Lake Area 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Bantam hydraulic excavator (3/4 cu yd.) 

Hough loader, (2 cyds.) 

Tandem dump truck 

Single axle dump truck 

Case 580B backhoe loader 

J.D. 350 dozer 



M.T.C. Rates 



Type of spill 

Oil and petroleum products 

Materials 

Gravel, sand and top soil fill 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : 

Sioux Sanitation Service 
Sioux ffcarrows, Ontario 
POX 1NQ 



Telephone Numbers 



Bus. (807) 226-5240 
Res. (807) 226-565L 



Serving; the areas of: 

The Districts of Kenora and Rainy River 



' 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1985 Fasrd F-700 

Pumper ({1,400 imp. gal. cap.) 



$75 per hour 



Type of Spill 
Oil 



fiary of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

Smith (Mel) Trucking Ltd. 
R.R. #1 

Utterson, Ontario 
POB 1M0 

Serving the areas of: 

Muskoka-Haliburton 

Equipment and/or Services: 



Telephone Numbers 

24 Hours. Bus. (705) 769-3170 
24 Hours. Res. 769-3170 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



1 - JD 450C Dozer 

1 - JD 510C 4/W/D Loader Backhoe 

1 - JD 544C Loader 4/W/D 

1 - 503 Galion Grader 

2 - Tandem Trucks 
2 - S/A Trucks 

1 - Van 

1 - Half Ton Pickup 

2 - Chalnsaws 

Miscellaneous 

Rakes, shovels, axes, and associated hand tools 

Materials 

Gravel, sand, topsoil, fill 

Costs are based on an hourly rate for labour and equipment, in our area. In 
addition to, travelling time, meals, lodging and overtime when applicable. 

Should penalties for completion be in force, the emergency customer may be 
charged for lost time, when equipment is taken from a job already in 
progress. 

Insurance 

Fully covered by Workers Compensation, plus liability coverage. 

Type of Spill 

Oil, petroleum or hazardous chemical spills. Mel Smith Trucking Is not 
involved in the disposal of these materials, only In the cleanup and the 
transport of the materials, and then only on the direction of the M.O.E. 
officer in charge of the cleanup. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

Smiths Construction Company Arnprior Limited 
Highway #17 
Arnprior, Ontario 



Telephone Numbers 

(613) 623-3144 Bus. 
(613) 623-5533 Res. 

or 
(613) 623-5893 

(Tom Smith) 



Serving the areas of: 

Northeastern Region 
Southeastern Region 
Central Region 

Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Backhoes 

Dozers 

Scraper 

Loaders 

Graders 

Rock Trucks 

Tandem Trucks 

Floats/Trailers 

Water Tankers 

Pumps 

Compactors 

Asphalt/Granular Materials 

Crushers/Screening Plants 



Standard Government 
Rates 



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Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: Telephone Numbers 

Stewart's Septic Service (705) 844-2877 

Box 113 

Serpent River, Ontario 

POP 1V0 



Serving the areas of: 



Sudbury (Region V) - District of Manitoulin 
Sault Ste. Marie - District of Algoma 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

1 - Septic Truck 2,000 Gal. capacity 
1 - 955 Crawler Loader 3 Yd. Bucket 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-91 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 



Sullivan (M.) & Son Ltd. 
General Contractors 
91 McLaughlin Street 
Arnprior, Ontario 
K7S 2Y4 



Telephone Numbers 

(613) 623-6584 
(613) 623-5900 

(Bert Touranseau or 
Tom Sullivan) 



Serving the areas of: 
Arnprior, Renfrew, Almonte 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Rubber-tired Loaders, 3/4 yd. to 3 yd. 

Dozers 

Tandem Trucks 

Cranes, 15 to 35 ton, mobile 

Backhoes 

Forklifts, 1 ton to 4 ton 

Floats, 40 to 50 ton 

Labourers 

Machinists 

Welders 

Construction Equipment (General) 



M.T.C rates 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-92 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR ; 

Syntath 

a service of Tricil (Sarnia) Ltd. 

P.O. Box 188 

1829 Allanport Road 

Thorold, Ontario 

L2V 3Y9 



Telephone Numbers 

(800) 263-4770 or 
(416) 227-7872 



Serving the areas of : 
The entire Province 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges : 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Spill control and containment 

Spill control consulting 

Spill control supervision 

Spill control labour 

Standard Tools 

Specialized Decontamination Equipment 

Protective Equipment 

Backhoes 

24 Hour Service 

Decontamination Supplies and Chemicals 

Chemists and Lab Technicians 

Vacuum Tankers - all sizes 

Underwater Recovery Work and Inspection 

Heavy Equipment Moving, Welding and Cutting 



Charges will vary in 
accordance with the work 
to be performed 



Type of Spill 

Hazardous chemicals and materials 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

ANNEX III LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: Telephone Numbers 

Thomas Waste Removal Limited C 416 ) 624-1264 

5369 Maingate Drive 
Mississauga, Ontario 

L4W 1GS 



Serving the areas of: 
The Province of Ontario 



Equipment and/or Services: Charges: 

" (Effective date 1986 ) 

Complete spill response services, including site management, clean-up, 
disposal and site restoration, for spills from 45 gal. drums to bulk. 

Spill personnel are professionally trained. 

Provides service using: 

- Specialized spill response equipment such as SCBA, chemical containment 
suits, acid suits, etc 

- Spill control material 
Vacuum trucks and tankers 

- Flatbeds 

- Earth moving equipment 

- Temporary bulk and drum storage 



** 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-94 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : 

Thompson (Keith R.) Limited 
1494 Southview Drive 
Sudbury, Ontario 
P3E 2M1 



Telephone Numbers 
(705) 522-2900 



Serving the areas of; 



Northeastern Region 



Equipment and/or Services: 

10,000 gal. Tanker Trucks with Suction Capabilities 

3 yard Volvo Loader 

JSW and JCB Excavators 1.2 cu yds 

Dump Trucks and Tilt Trucks 

Floating Booms to Control Liquid Spills 

Absorbent Mats and Chemicals 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



Please call 24 hour seven 
days per week for emergency 
services and quotation on 
costs. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-95 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

Triangle Pump Service Ltd. 
Box 909, R.R. #5 
2565 Delzotto Avenue 
Gloucester, Ontario 
K1G 3N3 

Serving the areas of: 



Telephone Numbers 

(613) 822-0624 
822-0625 

Ron Rathwell, Pres. 692-4652 Home 
Bill Edmunds, Ser. Mgr 731-3406 Home 



" 



South Eastern Region 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

Upon request 

Labour, equipment and supervision for excavation, backfill and removal of 
contaminated soil 

Explosion proof fans available 

Sand, gravel and top soil available 

Temporary emergency storage tanks 

Additional equipment and services available upon request 

Type of spill 
Petroleum products 



Any o 



f the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-96 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR : 

Tricil (Quebec) Inc. 

6785 Route 132 

C.P. 5900 

Ville Ste-Catherine, Quebec 

JOL 1E0 



Telephone Numbers 



Ottawa 



24 Hours 
24 Hours 



Kingston 24 Hours 



(514) 632-6640 
(613) 746-9077 
(613) 549-7LaQ 



Serving the areas of: 

Southeastern area of Ontario 

Region IV (Kingston, Cornwall and Ottawa) 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986) 



Treatment of all wastes, organic and inorganic 

Trained personnel and equipment for containing spills 
on water, on land or in sewer systems 

Vacuum equipment for all types of products 

Tankers for acids, caustics, etc. (with all necessary 
safety equipment) 

High-pressure cleaning 

Total fleet of over 60 vehicles at your service 24 Hrs./day 

Site decontamination 

Site restoration 

Tank cleaning 

Industrial maintenance service 



Upon Request 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-97 



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ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR ; 



1 Tricil (Sarnia) Limited 
P.O. Box 786 
Corunna, Ontario 

NON 1G0 

2 Tricil (Sarnia) Limited 
551 Avonhead Road 
MIssissauga, Ontario 
L5J 4B1 

3 Tricil (Sarnia Limited 
(Syntath Services) 
P.O. Box 188 

1829 Allanport Road 
Thorold, Ontario 
L2V 3Y9 



i, 

OR 
OR 

1. 
2. 



2 & 3 



Telex: 
Telex: 



Telephone Numbers 



1-800-265-7549 
1-519-864-1021 
1-519-864-1201 

06-476141 

06-982365 



24 Hours 
24 Hours 
24 Hours 



Serving the areas of: 

Southwestern Ontario 
(Kingston to Windsor 



Equipment and/or Services; 



Vacuum Trucks 
Vacuum Tankers 
Lugger Trucks 
Dump Trucks 
Drum Trucks 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 

Charges are based on hourly 
rate for labour and 
equipment required, 
including travel time- 



Liquid Waste Incineration 
Secure Chemical Landfill 



Disposal charger per kg., 
litre, or cubic metre, 
depending on material. 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

Triple "S" Sanitation Limited 
R.R. #7 
Thamesville, Ontario 

NOP 2K0 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus, George M. Smith (519) 692-4764 
Res. 692-3725 



Serving the areas of: 

Southwestern Ontario 

Counties of Kent, Essex, Lambton, Middlesex and Elgin 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 

(Effective date 1986 ) 



3 - 2000 Gal. Vacuum Tank Trucks With 
full Open Door and Hoist 

M.O.E. License and P.C.V. License 



Costs are based on the 
hourly rate for labour and 
and equipment In our area. 

Travelling time will be 
charged, plus lodging, and 
overtime will be added for 
labour only when required. 



Types of Spills 

Any petroleum product except PCB's. Most other liquid or semi-liquid spills, 
except strong acids or strong alkalines. No radioactive spills. Clean-up 
and transportation of these materials only, for disposal at M.O.E. approved 
sites. 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-99 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

ANNEX III LIST 17 



„ _«._ Telephone Numbers 

CONTRACTOR : * 

Universal Pneumatic Services Limited (416) 384-9677 

P.O. Box 720 J3/-u^j 

7875 Dorchester Road 
Niagara Falls, Ontario 
L2E 6V5 



Serving the areas of: 

The MOE District Offices In Welland, Hamilton and Oakville 

Equipment and/or Services: fl3g!5« date 1986 ) 

Heavy Duty Industrial Vacuum Units, handling most wet and dry materials 

One Large Dry Unit, dry material only 

One Unit will pneumatically unload most wet and dry materials 

Prices include one operator and one labourer 

Type of Spill 

Most Dry materials - sands, abrasive materials, etc. 

Wet Materials such as - oils, diesel fuel, inert sands and clays, inert 

sludges 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-100 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR; 

Wagg's Petroleum Equipment Limited 
943 Metcalfe Street 
North Bay, Ontario 
P1B 2R1 



Telephone Numbers 

(705) 472-2500 
24 Hours - 7 days per week 



Serving the areas of: 



Northeastern Region 

District of Nipissing, Sudbury, Parry Sound, Tiraiskaming 



Equipment and/or Services : 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 ) 



200 Bags of Absorbant 

200 Spec Oil Sorbent Pads 

10 Bales of Straw with Wire Mesh 

1 Chainsaw 

6 45 Gal. Drums 

1 250 Gal. Tank 

1 1000 Gal. Tank 

1 3/4 Ton Truck 

2 1/2 Ton Trucks 

1 7000 lb. Trailer 

1 2" Air Powered Sand Piper Pump C/W Hoses 

1 140 CFM Portable Compressor 

Misc. Hand Tools 



Any of the above information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-101 



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SPILLS OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 



ANNEX III 



LIST 17 



CONTRACTOR: 

Woodington Systems Inc. 
P.O. Box 100 
Thorold, Ontario 
L2V 3Y8 



Telephone Numbers 

Bus. (416) 262-4227 24 Hours 
* (24 Hour Pager Service) 

1-553-1559 
leave recorded message 



Serving the areas of: 

Regional Municipalities of Niagara, Hamilton-Wentworth, Halton, Metropolitan 
Toronto and Haldimand-Norfolk 



Equipment and/or Services: 



Charges: 
(Effective date 



1986 



Tank Trucks and Vacuum Units with capacity 
of 3800-8500 Gals, for spills. Able to 
supply sealed Lugger Boxes for sludges- 

Also Cranes, Loaders, Absorbent Blankets 
and Booms, and Dump Trucks 

Solid and Liquid Disposal Services 
compatible with Mild Steel Tanks and 
Lugger Boxes 



Fees are based on hourly 
rates and are dictated by 
types of material, 
location, job 
accessibility, etc. 

Disposal rate based on 
gallonage or weight 
depending on the material. 



Any of the above Information is subject to change without notice 

111-17-102 






CONTACT LIST I II- 18 



U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 



September 1986 



U.S. COAST GUARD, (DOT) 

National Response Centre 
U.S.C.G. Headquarters 
400 7th St. S.W. 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20593 



Office 



202-426-1192 



Off- Hours 



1-800-424-8802 



Commander 

Ninth Coast Guard District 
1240 East Ninth Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 44199 

COTP Buffalo 



216-522-3944 

716-846-4168 
716-846-4171 



216-533-3983 

716-846-4168 
716-846-4171 



COTP Cleveland 
COTP Detroit 
COTP Duluth 



216-522-4404 
313-226-7777 
218-727-6692 



216-522-4412 

313-226-6870 

218-727-4360 
218-727-7508 



COTP Soo 



906-635-5241 
906-635-5243 



906-635-5241 
906-635-5243 



COTP Toledo 



419-259-6372 



419-259-6448 



Environmental Protection Agency, EPA 

Region 1 1 

Emergency Response Unit 
Raritan Depot 
Woodbridge Avenue 
EDISON, N.J. 08837 



Paul Elliot 



201-321-6670 



201-543-8730 
201-846-4806 



Alternate : 



3ruce Sprague 



201-321-6656 



201-548-8730 
201-297-9195 



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EPA, cont'd 



September 1986 



Region 111 

Curtis Building 

Sixth and Walnut Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106 



Office 



Off-Hours 



Bruce Smith 



202-597,3024 



215-597-9898 
609-768-0399 



Alternate : 



Tom Massey 



215-597-9858 



609-829-7014 



Region V 

230 S. Dearborne 
CHICAGO, Illinois 60604 



Richard Bartelt 



312-353-9773 



312-353-2318 
312-864-8403 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS, POD 

North Central Division 
Emergency Management 
536 S. Clark Street 
CHICAGO, Illinois 60605 



Bernard Bochantin 



312-353-5275 



815-568-7544 



Alternate: 



Tim Monteen 



312-886-8451 



312-961-2195 



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DESIGNATE STATE RRT REPRESENTATIVES 



September 1986 



Michigan 

Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources 
Stevens T. Mason Bldg. 
P.O. Box 30028 
LANSING, MI. 48909 

David M. Dennis 



Office 



517-373-2794 
517-373-7660 



Off-Hours 



517-373-7660 



Minnesota 



f 



Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 
1935 West County Road 82 
ROSEVILLE, MN. 55113 

Richard Kable 



612-296-7235 



612-296-7373 
612-434-6547 



Ohio 

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency 

Room 906 

361 E. Broad Street 

COLUMBUS, OH. 43215 



Ken Schultz 



614-466-6542 



614-224-0946 



Wisconsin 

Dept. of Natural Resources 
Hazardous Waste Management 
P.O. Box 7921 
MADISON' WI. 53707 



Bill Rock 
New York 



608-266-0833 



608-266-3232 



Department of Environmental Conservation 

50 Wolfe Road 

Room 300 

COLONIE, N.Y. 53707 



Thomas Quinn 



513-457-7463 



518-457-7362 



III-18-3 



September 1986 
DESIGNATE STATE RRT REPRESENTATIVES (cont'd) 

New York (cont'd) Office Off-Hours 

New York State Department of Transportation 
Oil Spill Prevention and Control 
1220 Washington Avenue, Bldg. 5 

ALBANY, N.Y. 12232 

Joseph R. Stellato 513-457-4407 513-462-0722 

Pennsylvania 

Bureau of Water Quality Management 
Department of Environmental Resources 
P.O. Box 2063 
HARRISBURG, PA. 17120 

K.A. Walizer 717-787-8184 717-657-0031 

717-787-4343 

OTHER INFORMATION CENTERS 

Other U.S. Information Centers, such as 
- F.D.A. Poison Control Center 
Chemtrec 
are accessed through CANUTEC (613) 996-6666 

For more information on CANUTEC see List 111-14. 






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CHEMICAL OIL TREATING AGENTS 



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September 1986 
ANNEX IV 



CHEMICAL OIL SPILL TREATING AGENTS 



TYPE OF PRODUCT PAgjg 

SINKING AGENTS IV- 1 

SURFACE TENSION MODIFIERS IV-1 

OTHER CHEMICAL OIL SPILL 

TREATING AGENTS IV-1 

DISPERSANTS IV-2 



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SINKING AGENTS 



Materials or products which are designed to remove 
oil slicks from the surface of watercourses, by a means or 
method frequently referred to as sinking, are not approved 
for use in the natural waters in Ontario. 



SURFACE TENSION MODIFIERS 






Certain chemical compounds have been developed which 
may be classified as collecting agents or surface tension 
modifiers. Such components can be used under conditions 
of absolute calm wind as an effective tool during the 
process of cleaning up some oil spills to small and still 
water bodies. It is necessary that staff of the Ministry 
of the Environment (see Annex 1) be consulted before such 
products are used. 



OTHER CHEMICAL OIL SPILL TREATING AGENTS 



Various chemicals have been developed for aiding 
combustion of oil, gelling oil, enhancing the 
biodegradability of oil, etc The Ministry of the 
Environment requests to be consulted prior to the use of 
any such materials (per the offices listed in Annex 1). 

Industrial cleansers, emsulsifiers or similar 
materials may not be used in such a manner which will 
result in oil being dispersed into the water column of the 
natural environment. For example, the use of cleansers 
emsulsifiers, etc, as additives to steam jennies or other 
high pressure water systems used to clean spilled oil off 
rocky shorelines, wharfs, docks, etc, may fall under this 
category and is discouraged. However, the Ministry of the 
Environment may give prior permission for such use under 
extraordinary circumstances (use contact offices listed in 
Annex 1) and such use will be considered to constitute 
dispersing oil into water, in which case the rules under 
the subject of " Disper sants" as outlined in this Plan will 
prevail (see paragraph 105.8 and 201.7 and the section on 
dispersants in this Annex). 






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DISPERSANTS 
GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF DISPERSANTS 
1 . General Requirements 

(a) Except in the cases of extreme emergency as 
noted in 3(a), chemical dispersants shall be 
used only with the express permission of the 
Regional Director of the Ontario Ministry of the 
Environment (Annex 1, also page Il-ii of Annex 
II). Chemical dispersants can then be used 
under competent direction and in accordance with 
recommended techniques. 

(b) The Ontario Ministry of the Environment, in 
consultation with other regulatory bodies as 
required, will determine the priorities of 
protection in each spill incident and the use of 
dispersants is subject to these priorities. 

(c) Ordinarily, only the dispersants published in 
this Annex may be used. Industrial cleansers, 
emsulisif iers, etc. may be permitted under 
extraordinary circumstances referred to under 
3(a) . 

(d) All uses of chemical dispersants must be 
formally documented, as outlined in these 
guidelines and all such documentation must be 
made available to the Regional Director 
mentioned in 1(a) above. A carbon copy of any 
such report(s) must also be sent to 
Environmental Emergencies of Environment Canada 
(for address see section 6, page IV-6 of this 
Annex ) . 

2 . Restrictions on the Use of Dispersants 

The use of dispersants will usually be avoided: 

(a) in any waters containing major fish populations 
or large breeding or migration areas for species 
of fish or other aquatic life which may be 
damaged or reduced in market value by exposure 
to dispersants and/or dispersed oil; 

(b) in any waters where such use may affect surface 
water supplies (tests have not been undertaken 
to determine the safety of consuming 
dispersants, dispersants and oil mixtures or 
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(c) where eventual dilution of the dispersed oil is 
limited either because the water is quiescent or 
because the water volume is small relative to 
the spill size; 

(d) on oils that have been deposited on sandy 
beaches or on shorelines with important flora 
and fauna; 

(e) under conditions where the dispersant is 
probably ineffective. (Dispersants have been 
formulated to date for use in salt water 
environments. Tests have shown these 
dispersants to be generally ineffective when 
used on oil spills to fresh waters. The 
effectiveness of dispersants also decreases 
significantly in cold water situations.) 

3 . Possible Conditions for the Use of Dispersants 

Dispersants that satisfy the acceptability criteria 
may be considered for use: 



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(a) when their use will prevent or reduce hazard t 
human life or limb, or substantial hazard of 
fire to property. These priorities are 
established by local fire and police forces and 
supersede this Plan. Caution is advised in the 
case of spills of volatile oils where both the 
application of the dispersant and the subsequent 
agitation may increase fire hazards. 
Furthermore, it should be realized that in 
spills of volatile oils -- e.g., No.1 to No. 4 
fuel oils -- natural agitation by winds, waves 
and current may be adequate to disperse the 
oil; 

(b) when their use will prevent or substantially 
reduce hazard to a significant population of 
waterfowl or marine mammals; 

(c) when their use will prevent or substantially 
reduce significant damage to valuable property 
except in conditions; 

(i) where such use is restricted as noted in 2 
above; and 

(ii) where other methods for controlling and 

removing the oil are reasonably effective. 



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4 . Recommended Application procedures 

It should be emphasized that diispersants may be used 
only when other methods are not reasonably effective, 
as outlined in 3 above. Furthermore, if approval for 
use has been granted, the following procedures must 
be followed: 

{a) the Effectiveness Table for the dispersant shall 
be used as a guideline to determine its 
applicability under the given field conditions; 

(b) if the dispersant is considered to be effective, 
it shall be applied only if the proper equipment 
for application and mixing is available. Such 
equipment may include portable pump-eductor 
systems, portable pressure tank applicators, 
spray boats with spray booms, boats with 
propellers, other mixing devices, etc; 

(c) after using a minimum quantity of dispersant, 
the effectiveness shall be evaluated. If the 
dispersant is found to be ineffective, 
dispersing will be discontinued. 

(d) when using dispersant, only the strict minimum 
must be used to correct the condition for which 
approval was given, 

5 • Required Information on Uses of Dispersants 

C a ) Details of the Spill: 

Location 

Date and time of spill 

Source and type of oil 

Estimated amount, slick area and thickness 

Appearance of the oil 

"Age" of the oil 

( b ) Environmental Conditions 

Air and water temperature 

- Hind, waves and currents 
Water depth 

- Ecological use 






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c ) Dispersant Application 



Reason for dispersant use 

Type of dispersant 

Amount used 

Application and mixing methods (equipment, 

manpower, time) 

Approval for use obtained from (name, 

agency, date, etc.) 
Application rate 
Amount of oil treated 



( d ) Observations 



Estimated amount of oil left on water 

surface 

Observations on the dispersed oil 

(spreading, disappearance, resurfacing, 

etc . ) 

Any observations on possible effects of oil 

(waterfowl, fish, shorelines, vegetation) 

Any observation after the application 



List of Acceptable Oil Spill Dispersants 

The following pages list products which have been 
thoroughly tested by Environment Canada and are 
acceptable for use in treating oil spills within the 
limitations outlined in this Plan and in accordance 
with the "Guidelines on the Use and Acceptability of 
Oil Spill Dispersants" publication EPS 1-EP-84-1 (2nd 
edition) available from: 



Environmental Emergencies 

Environmental Protection Service 

Ontario Region 

Environment Canada 

25 St. Clair Avenue East, 7th Floor 

Toronto, Ontario 

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PRODUCT DETAILS 

Product Name OILSPERSE 43 Approved: Jan 1975 

Product Diachem of B.C. Ltd. 

Manufacturer 5289 Regent St. 

Burnaby , B.C. 

V5C 4H4 

Toxicity (96 hr. - LC50: Rainbow trout) 

- neat solution 1,300 rag/litre 

- with oil 130 mg/litre 

Effectiveness (10 min: SET tank, fresh water) 



Minimum Dispersant/Oil Ratio (w/w) 

Oil Medium Heavy 

Temp »C #2 Fuel Crude Bunker Bunker 

5 1/10 1/10 ineffective Not 

15 1/10 1/10 ineffective Tested 



Physical Properties Flash point 90 ° C 

Pour point -2 5 ° C 

Specific gravity .83 AT 2 0° C 

Viscosity 70 SUS AT 37.8°C 



The above information received from Environment Canada 



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PRODUCT DETAILS 



Product Name BP 1100X Approved: Mar 1976 

Product BP Canada Ltd. 

Manufacturer 1245 Sherbrooke St., W. 
and Distributor Montreal, Quebec 

Toxicity (96 hr. - LC50: Rainbow trout) 

- neat solution 2,473 mg/litre 

( average , n = 3 ) 

- with oil 228 mg/litre 

( average , n = 3 ) 



Effectiveness (10 min: SET tank, Fresh water) 



Minimum Dispersant/Oil Ratio (w/w) 



Oil Medium Heavy 

Temp °C #2 Fuel Crude Bunker Bunker 



Not Tested 1/3 Ineffective Not Tested 




15 1/10 1/10 Not Tested Not Tested 



Physical Properties Flash point + 85" C 

Pour point - 42° C 

Specific gravity 0.82 AT 1 5 . 5° C 

Visocity 1.0 C .S . AT 0°C 



The above information received from Environment Canada 



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PRODUCT DETAILS 

Product Name OIL SPILL DISPERSANT LT Approved: June 1977 

Product Drew Chemical Limited 
Manufacturer 1 Drew Court 

Ajax, Ontario 

L1S 2E5 

Toxicity (96 hr. - LC50: Rainbow trout) 

- neat solution 1,800 ppm 

- with oil, 1:1 ratio 180 ppm 

Effectiveness 



Minimum Dispersant to Oil Ratio Needed 
to Disperse at Least 65% of the 
Specified Oil at 1+1°C 



Oil Type 
Water Type 


Crude 


Medium 
Bunker 


Heavy 
Bunker 


Sea Water 
(Salinity 29-31% 


1:2.9 


Ineffective 


Not tested 


Fresh Water 


1:9.7 


Inef f ecti ve 


Not tested 



Physical Properties Flash point 

Pour point Below -40°C 

Specific gravity 0.814 at 25°C 

Visocity 26.2 cps at 0°C 

19.8 cps at 1 5°C 
18.4 cps at 25°C 



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The above information received from Environment Canada 



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PRODUCT DETAILS 

Product Name COREXIT 8666 Approved: May 1975 

Product Esso Chemical Canada Inc. 

Manufacturer 111 St. Clair Ave. W. 

Toronto, Ontario 

M5W 1K3 

Toxicity (96 hr. - LC50: Rainbow trout) 

- neat solution 6,400 mg/litre 

- with oil 130 mg/litre 

Effectiveness (10 min: SET tank, Fresh water) 



Minimum Di spersant/Oi 1 Raio (w/w) 

Oil Medium Heavy 

Temp °C #2 Fuel Crude Bunker Bunker 

5 1/10 ineffective Not Not 



15 1/10 ineffective Tested Tested 

Physical Properties Flash point + 85°C 

Pour point -60°C 

Specific gravity 0.84 at 60°C 

Visocity 25.0 C.S. AT 0°C 

in C.S.U. Units 



The above information received from Environment Canada 



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PRODUCT DETAILS 



Product Name 



COREXIT 9527 



Product Manufacturer Esso Chemical Canada Inc 

111 St. Clair Ave. W. 
Toronto, Ontario 
M5W 1K3 



Toxicity 



(96 hr. - LC50: Rainbow trout) 



- neat solution 140 - 220 mg/1 

- with oil 35 - 63 mg/1 



Effectiveness 



Minimum dispersant to oil ratio 
needed to disperse at least 65% 
of the oil in fresh water. 









Medium 


Heavy 




Temp °C 


Crude 


Bunker 


Bunker 








Not 


Not 


Undiluted 


1/10 


1:20 


tested 


Tested 




1/10 


1 : 1 


Not 


Not 


Diluted 1 : 9 






Tested 


Tested 



The above information received from Environment Canada 



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Annex y 

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M in is try o f th e e nvi r onment 

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Emergencies and spills 



September, 1986 



Role of the Ministry of the Environment 
in Emergencies and Spills will be provided 
with the next update of the Plan. 



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ANNEX VI 

PLANNING FOR SPILL CONTINGENCIES 
1986 



PLANNING 



FOR 



SPILL 



CONTINGENCIES 



THIS GUIDE IS INTENDED FOR USE BY 
MUNICIPALITIES AND INDUSTRY IN 
PREPARING SPILL CONTINGENCY PLANS 



1986 



A Supplement to the 
Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for 
Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials 



PREPARED BY: PETER G. BELLING 
CONTINGENCY PLANNING PROGRAM 
SPILLS ACTION CENTRE 
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



I. INTRODUCTION 



2. PLANNING FOR SPILL CONTINGENCIES 



2.1 The Discharger 3 

2.2 The Municipality 5 



RESPONSIBILITIES AND FUNCTIONS 9 

3.1 The Discharger 9 

3.2 The Municipality 9 

3.3 The Ministry of the Environment 10 



4. A SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SPILL LEGISLATION 20 

4.1 The Environmental Protection Act 20 

4.2 The Ontario Water Resources Act 23 

4.3 The Pesticides Act 2 3 



APPENDIX I PROVINCIAL RESPONSE TO 25 

SPILL CONTINGENCIES 



APPENDIX II FEDERAL RESPONSE TO 28 

SPILL CONTINGENCIES 



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1 . INTRODUCTION 

The need for a coordinated alerting procedure in the event 
of spills to the natural environment was recognized in the 
late sixties, and in July 1970, the Ontario Water 
Resources Commission published the "Lake Erie Contingency 
Plan for Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials" • 
With the assistance of several other agencies, the Ontario 
Water Resources Commission replaced the earlier 
contingency plan in May, 1971, with the "Interim Province 
of Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and Other 
Hazardous Materials" . 

In 1975, the Government of Ontario changed its approach to 
emergency planning. The Emergency Measures Organization 
was disbanded and a lead ministry concept was introduced 
in May, 1975. 3y Order-in-Council , lead ministries of the 
government were given the responsibility for coordinating 
the response of the Government of Ontario to specified 
emergencies beyond the capability of the resources 
available to a municipality. 

In December, 1975, the Ministry of the Environment 
published the Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for 
Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials which serves 
the requirement of the lead ministry concept for 
notification, containment and clean-up of major spills 
where the main threat is to the natural environment. The 
Plan was signed by the deputy ministers of seven 
provincial agencies and the regional directors of two 
federal departments. 

The primary responsibility for the welfare of residents 
rests with the municipality. The municipality is expected 
to have or to prepare emergency plans which deal with the 
priorities of life, limb and property under the authority 



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extended to municipalities through the Emergency Plans 
Act. Areas of the province which do not have a municipal 
organization rely on the peacetime emergency plan which 
the lead ministry concept requires of the Ministry of the 
Solicitor General. 

involvement of the Ministry of the Environment or the 
Provincial spill contingency plan in emergencies where 
the primary threat is to life and property and which also 
have a spill component focuses on matters pertaining to 
the natural environment. 



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2. PLANNING FOR SPILL CONTINGENCIES 



2.1 THE DISCHARGER 



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Canadian Federal and Provincial agencies which 
administer safety, transportation or environmental 
programs hold the discharger responsible to ameliorate 
the adverse effects of a spill. 

The discharger is expected to contain and clean-up the 
spilled contaminant or arrange for the contaminant to 
be contained and cleaned up. The discharger is also 
expected to restore the spill site to essentially 
pre-spill conditions where this can reasonably be 
expected. To achieve this the discharger may have to 
remove contaminated soil and debris and dispose of 
these materials in an acceptable manner at an approved 
disposal site. 

The person in charge of a pollutant at the time of a 
spill is considered to have taken a foreseeable risk 
for which he can prepare himself. To deal with poten- 
tial problems, many companies have developed spill 
clean-up procedures or developed spill contingency 
plans, stockpiled containment and clean-up equipment 
and trained staff to respond to spills. Some compa- 
nies retain clean-up contractors. 

A few industries with potential to spill contaminants 
share pooled resources, in addition to their own. The 
pooled resources can be in the form of shared informa- 
tion banks, expertise, and specialized equipment, such 
as the Transportation Emergency Assistance Plan 
(TEAP), established by the Canadian Chemicals 
Producers' Association or oil spill cooperatives 



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established by neighbouring industries or through the 
Ontario Petroleum Association. 

Safety, transportation or environmental agencies may 
be monitoring the activities by the discharger or his 
agent and determine the adequacy and extent of 
clean-up, and may recommend or request additional 
activities • 

Spill contingency plans for the potential discharger 
should cover the functions and responsibilities of the 
various services necessary to deal with spills that 
can reasonably be anticipated given the exposures and 
risks of the enterprise. Draft spill contingency 
plans may be submitted to the Ministry of the 
Environment for review. 

The purpose of a spill contingency plan for the 

potential discharger is to prepare for the most 

efficient deployment of resources to achieve the 
following : 

2.2.1 Immediate notification within the company to 
assure that an appropriate response is 
initiated . 

2.2.2 Compliance with notification requirements to 
regulatory agencies. 

2.1.3 The earliest possible response to a spill with 
available or contracted resources. 

2.1.4 The earliest possible establishment of liaison 
with municipal and regulatory authorities at the 
spill site and a mechanism to work in a coordi- 
nated manner with these groups. 



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2.1.5 A response consistent with remedial measures 
requirements. This response must deal with the 
containment, clean-up and disposal phases. 

2.1.6 A mechanism to deal with third parties. 

2.1.7 A mechanism to deal with the media and interest 
groups . 

2.1.8 A mechanism to deal with claims and payment. 

2.2 THE MUNICIPALITY 

A municipality may have a response as well as a 
regulatory role. Under the Ontario Water Resources 
Act, a municipality could be considered the 
discharger, if an abnormal flow of contaminant to the 
natural environment occurs from its sewer system. 
Municipal facilities such as schools, hospitals, 
equipment maintenance and service yards, and fuelling 
depots, are also potential spill sources. It is 
logical, therefore, that municipalities develop spill 
response capabilities. 

The role of the municipality will vary with the 
complexity of spill incidents. The least complex 
situation would involve a spill which gains access to, 
or has the potential to gain access to, a sewer system 
or a watercourse, for example, and the responsible 
party accepts and carries out his role. Surveillance 
by the municipality particularly to protect vital 
services, municipal interests or property may be 
sufficient. If a degree of urgency is associated with 
the incident, physical assistance may be essential. 
Very often this assistance is appreciated by the party 
with the spill problem, because spreading of the 



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contaminant is reduced or prevented and problems and 
costs are reduced. 

A more complex situation may involve the discharge of 
a contaminant from an unknown source. Many spills are 
eventually traced back to a source and costs 
associated with municipal countermeasure activities 
are recovered from that source. The role of the 
municipality in this type of spill situations may 
include surveillance, physical coun t e r mea 3 ur e s , 
possibly investigative work to trace the source and 
recovery of costs. 



A few larger municipalities and Regional Governments 
have developed area contingency plans which include 
the collective response capability of several, usually 
contiguous, municipalities. These plans include a 
surveillance mechanism, a system to notify other 
interested parties and agencies and methods and 
procedures for containment and clean-up for trained 
municipal employees to follow. 

Municipal roads, works or engineering departments 
generally carry out containment and clean-up in spill 
related countermeasures activities. Where a spill 
poses a threat to life and property - an emergency - 
the fire and police departments or the local medical 
officer of health would take charge and be assisted by 
other municipal resources and provincial and possibly 
federal agencies, all as dictated by the circumstances 
of the incident. 






The lead ministry concept referred to earlier presumes 
response by the municipality before a municipality 
requests assistance from the Provincial Government. A 
provincial response will provide assistance in support 



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of emergency action undertaken by the municipality. 
It is therefore imperative that municipalities develop 
emergency plans which address the variety of 
contingencies which may affect the community- This 
includes spills. The plan should include mechanisms 
to coordinate, under the direction of the Head of 
Council, municipal and other local resources within 
the public as well as the private sector. The plan 
should be enacted as a by-law under Section 104 of the 
Municipal Act (R.S.O. 1980 c.302) and be in concert 
with the intent of the Emergency Plans Act . To assist 
further, a "Guide to Emergency Planning and Operations 
by Municipalities" is also available from the Ministry 
of the Solicitor General and the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing. 

Municipal spill contingency plans should cover the 
function and responsibilities of the various 
departments, groups or agencies which may be involved 
in the response to a spill. A municipality may be 
considered to be the discharger under certain 
conditions. It is recommended, therefore, that the 
Ministry of the Environment as well as the Ministry of 
the Solicitor General be consulted during the 
development of municipal spill contingency plans. 

Municipal spill contingency plans should be filed with 
the Ministry of the Environment when they have been 
passed as by-law. These plans should be kept current 
at all times . 

Municipal spill contingency plans should achieve the 
following objectives: 



2.2.1 Immediate internal notification to assure that 
an appropriate response is initiated. 



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2.2.2 Compliance with notification requirements to 
regulatory agencies, if applicable. 

2.2.3 The earliest possible establishment of overall 
control of spill countermeasures operations for 
incidents which pose a threat to municipal 
services or interests. 



2.2.4 The earliest possible establishment of liaison 
with the discharger and any regulatory agencies 
at the spill site, as applicable. 



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2.2.5 A response consistent with remedial measures 
requirements while recognizing that the primary 
responsibility for a response rests with the 
discharger . 

2.2.6 A mechanism to advise third parties. 

2.2.7 A mechanism to deal with the media and interest 
groups . 

2.2.8 A mechanism to deal with expenses. 

2.2.9 A mechanism to link the municipal spill 
contingency plan to other municipal emergency 
plans for emergencies which have a spill 
component . 






2.2.10 A mechanism to tie the response under the 
municipal spill contingency plan to Provincial 
and Federal regulatory roles or response 
mechanisms (for listing of agencies, see: 
Annex III, Province of Ontario Contingency Plan 
for Spills of Oils and Other Hazardous 
Materials ) . 



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3. RESPONSIBILITIES AND FUNCTIONS 

Spill countermeasures operations should be directed and 
controlled by individuals familiar with the 
characteristics of the spilled product and conversant with 
spill countermeasures and disposal techniques. 

3.1 THE DISCHARGER 

Virtually all spills can be prevented with adequate 
precaution. Those charged with the task to prepare 
spill contingency plans will have to consider the 
exposure or risk of the facility or undertaking, 
become familiar with countermeasures capabilities and 
develop solutions to any plausible spill scenario. 

A facility or enterprise facing a risk of spill 
should : 

3.1.1 Appoint a spill response planning coordinator. 

3.1.2 Assure that a spill contingency plan is 
developed consistent with the guidelines in 
Section 2.1 and routinely updated. 

3.1.3 Arrange for periodic spill response training 
exercises preferably in conjunction with spill 
response groups from involved municipalities or 
regulatory agencies. 

3.2 THE MUNICIPALITY 

The responsibilities and reporting relations of 
police, fire, public utilities, engineering and roads, 
welfare, health and other municipal services required 
in a response to emergencies, as well as the manner in 
. which the various services will function, should be 
documented in a municipal peacetime emergency con- 



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tingency plan. A sample of a municipal emergency plan 
for this task is provided in the aforementioned "Guide 
to Emergency Planning and Operations by 
Municipalities." 

The municipal emergency plan should cover all 
plausible emergency scenarios. This includes spills. 
All items referred to in Section 2.2 of these 
guidelines should be fully developed in the portion of 
the emergency plan which addresses the response to a 
spill contingency or in a separate spill manual. 

Incidents in which the immediate or primary threat is 
to life and property are by definition emergencies and 
priorities for dealing with these matters prevail over 
environmental priorities. A. spill contingency plan 
therefore needs a clear statement of purpose and 
limitations, and must be developed so as to assure a 
coordinated response to those contingencies which have 
an emergency as well as a spill component. Some 
activities under the emergency operation phase can be 
carried out with consideration for environmental 
impact. Close site coordination of all activities is v 
therefore essential. A spill contingency plan should 
outline priority actions for consideration during the 
emergency phase of an incident and outline the 
containment, clean-up and disposal activities required 
Ln the post-emergency phase. The spill contingency 
plan should also be able to operate for incidents 
which do not have an emergency phase. 

3.3 THE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

The Ministry maintains a Contingency Planning Program 
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"Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of 
Oil and Other Hazardous Materials" and to: 

provide interagency coordination; 

provide municipal advisory service; 

develop spill-related policies and guidelines; 

assist with spill response planning; 

identify training needs; and, 

audit spill response capabilities. 

The field activity and regulatory functions of the 
Ministry of the Environment are carried out through 
six Regional Offices of the Regional Operations 
Division . 

3.3.1 ROLE OF MOE IN SPILLS - GENERAL 

In connection with spill incidents which do not 
have an emergency component, the Regional staff 
(see Appendix III) of the Ministry will: 

(a) monitor the countermeasures and response 
activities of the discharger to ensure that 
the discharger takes appropriate measures; 

(b) give advice and make recommendations as to 
the best practicable clean-up and disposal 
measures to be followed; and, 

(c) make recommendations with respect to 
procedures or equipment for spill 
prevention, where applicable. 

3.3.2 ROLE OF MOE IN EMERGENCIES - GENERAL 

When a spill escalates into an emergency or in 
an emergency situation with a potential spill 



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component, Regional staff (see Appendix III) 
will, at the request of the agency in charge of 
the emergency, coordinate the provision of 
additional support and advice as available. For 
the spill component of the emergency, the 
Ministry will as applicable: 

(a) together with the Medical officer of 
Health, expertise from the Ministry of 
Labour or other resource agencies, assist 
the agency in charge in assessing the 
danger to the public and to response 
personnel caused by the spill; 

(b) determine the nature and extent of 
environmental damage caused by the spill; 

(c) evaluate the adequacy of the containment, 
clean-up and disposal efforts; 

(d) make recommendation with respect to (b) and 
(c) to the agency in charge and the 
discharger ; 

(e) deal with the discharger as outlined in 
paragraph 3.3.1 at the conclusion of the 
emergency phase of the incident. 

3.3.3 ROLE OF MOE UNDER THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
NUCLEAR EMERGENCY PLAN 

The nuclear facilities emergency plan is 
developed pursuant to Section 8 of the Emergency 
Plans Act and administered by the Solicitor 
General. The Plan coordinates all activities 
associated with a response to an emergency at a 
nuclear facility with off-site effects. The 
Plan establishes many functions and assigns 
these to a number of agencies. Under the Plan, 
the Ministry of the Environment assists preplan- 
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Study and Research 

1. Assist in studies and research on 
meteorology and hydrology as applicable to 
nuclear emergencies, especially in the 
fields of meteorological and radionuclide 
dispersion forecasting. 

2 . Assist in studies and research on other 
relevant aspects of nuclear emergencies and 
emergency management. 

Planning and Preparation 

3. Prepare and maintain in suitably accessible 
form a data base on meteorological and 
hydrological patterns affecting the 
designated nuclear facility locations, to 
assist in environmental forecasting during 
a nuclear emergency. 

4. Prepare and maintain a data base on 
drinking water supplies and systems by 
subsectors of the Secondary Zone of each 
designated nuclear facility. 

5. Assist the Ministry of Labour in 
maintaining an environmental radiation data 
base . 

6. Prepare plans for water control, by 
subsector, for the Secondary Zone of each 
of the designated nuclear facilities. 

Provision of Personnel 



7. Based upon requirements specified by the 

Ministry of the Solicitor General recommend 
suitable Ministry personnel for staffing 
various positions in the Province's 
emergency management organization, 



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including qualified personnel for the 
Ingestion Monitoring Organization, to carry 
out field monitoring. 

8. Provide suitable Ministry representatives 

to serve on the Operations Group of the 
Provincial Operations Centre and on the 
Phase 2 Advisory Committee. 

Operations 

9. Provide meteorological and hydrological 
data and forecasts to the emergency 
management organization. 

10. Under the direction of the Provincial 
Operations Centre and, later, the Executive 
Authority implement water control measures 
based on plans already made. 

11. During restoration operations, provide 
technical advice to assist in 
re-establishing affected water supplies. 

Training 



12. Participate in nuclear emergency 
exercises . 

13. Ministry staff nominated to various 
elements of the emergency management 
organization shall participate in training 
arranged for them. 



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3.3.4 ROLE OF MOE UNDER THE CANADA/UNITED STATES 
JOINT MARINE POLLUTION CONTINGENCY PLAN 

This Plan was developed pursuant to the 1970 
International Joint Commission Report of Great 
Lakes pollution and is incorporated in the 
Canada/U.S. agreement on Great Lakes Water 
Quality signed by the Prime Minister and the 
President on 15 April, 1972. 

The Plan provides for coordinated and integrated 
responses to pollution incidents in shared 
water-bodies by responsible federal, state and 
local agencies in the U.S., and federal, 
provincial and local agencies in Canada. 

The Plan provides a framework for Canada/U.S. 
cooperation in response to pollution incidents 
that may pose a significant threat to the waters 
or coastal areas of both parties or, although 
only affecting the waters of one party, are of 
such magnitude to justify a call on the other 
party for assistance. 

Assistance to an incident under this Plan from 
the Province of Ontario is provided through the 
mechanism established under the Province of 
Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and 
Other Hazardous Materials. The Provincial Spill 
Plan is administered by the Ministry of the 
Environment and described in more detail in 
paragraph 3.3.6 and in Appendix I. 

The response to an incident under the 

international plan falls under the jurisdiction 

of the coast guard of the country in which the 

spill originated and is overseen by a predesigned 
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representative from each of the principal 
participants from both sides of the border. The 
JRT provides advice and assistance to the coast 
guard and develops procedures to promote a 
coordinated response by all agencies to pollution 
incidents. The Ministry of the Environment 
representative on the JRT is the coordinator of 
the Contingency Planning Program, Spills Action 
Centre, Toronto (see Appendix I) and the general 
roles of MOE as set out in paragraphs 3.3.1 and 
3.3.2 apply . 



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The Ministry of the Environment will act as 
resource agency through the overall mechanism set 
out in the Province of Ontario Contingency Plan 
for Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials. 

3.3.5 ROLE OF MOE UNDER THE CANADIAN COAST GUARD, 
CENTRAL REGION MARINE CONTINGENCY PLAN 

The Canadian Coast Guard has been charged with 
the responsibility to ensure that proper measures 
are implemented to reduce the potential adverse 
effects of a marine emergency incident. 



The Canadian Coast Guard has the prime 
responsibility to ensure that appropriate 
reporting, surveillance, and response 
capabilities are available to deal effectively 
with an accidental or intentional discharge of 
oil or other noxious substances. This 
responsibility is exercised through the National 
Marine Emergency Plan, the Canada Shipping Act , 
the Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act , and 
under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. 



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The Canadian Coast Guard will investigate all 
pollution incidents which originate from 
activities related to shipping and to ensure that 
the vessel owner complies with the Canada 
Shipping Act . The Canadian Coast Guard may 
assume control of the operation when the incident 
is of such a magnitude that either the pollutor 
refuses to accept responsibility or does not have 
the necessary resources to deal effectively with 
the spill • 

The Central Region of the Coast Guard is 
committed to respond to oil spills of unknown 
origin in the Great Lakes. This commitment was 
made under the Coast Guard's Marine Contingency 
Plan . 

The Ministry of the Environment will act as 
resource agency, within the framework outlined in 
paragraphs 3.3.1 and 3.3.2, to the Coast Guard 
through the mechanism outlined in the Province of 
Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of Oil and 
Other Hazardous Materials . 

3.3.6 ROLE OF MOE UNDER THE PROVINCE OF 

ONTARIO CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR SPILLS 
OF OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

The Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for 
Spills of Oil and Other Hazardous Materials is 
designed to deal with major pollutional spills in 
Ontario, and serves to supplement the Joint 
Canada/United States Marine Pollution Contingency 
Plan for Spills of Oil and Other Noxious 
Substances and the National Marine Emergency 
Plan . 



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Notwithstanding more detailed considerations 
outlined in the Plan, the Provincial Plan will be 
implemented: 1. where a spill incident is of a 
magnitude beyond the response capability of the 

party responsible for, or having precipitated the 
incident, or when the responsible party fails to 
respond to the spill incident; 2. in certain 
cases where the source of a major spill cannot be 
established readily; or 3. upon request for 
assistance. This Plan will be implemented by the 
Ontario Ministry of the Environment with 
assistance provided as necessary by other 
Provincial or Federal agencies. 

The Ministry of the Environment through the 
Ontario Water Resources Act , the Environmental 
Protection Act and the Pesticides Act is 



responsible for the protection of the natural 
environment in Ontario. In the event that this 
Plan is implemented, the Regional Operations 
Division of the Ministry will provide the 
On-Scene Coordinator as well as the deputy, 
alternates, technical expertise and an emergency 
centre, as required. The Ministry will notify as 
appropriate other agencies, or groups, as 
outlined in the Plan of any spill other than 
those of a purely minor nature. 

The Plan calls for the establishment of Response 
Teams consisting of regional representatives of 
the participating provincial and federal agencies 
to provide the administrative structure for an 
orderly response to a major spill. The teams are 
headed up by p r e de s i gn a t e d MOE On-Scene 
Coordinators . 



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If it is the evaluation of the On-Scene 
Coordinator that the pollution incident is a 
major spill, he shall: 

a) make a recommendation to his Regional 
Director, his designate or the Chairman of the 
Response Team to invoke the Plan; 

b) formulate plans to deal with the situation; 
and 

c) initiate containment and clean-up actions as 
appropriate . 

The general provisions outlined for 3pills and 
emergencies in paragraphs 3.3.1 and 3.3.2 apply. 



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4. A SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SPILL LEGISLATION 



4.1 THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

The purpose of the Act is to provide for the 
protection and conservation of the natural environment 
and to achieve this purpose, the Act prohibits anyone 
from discharging a contaminant into the natural 
environment . 

4.1.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS OF THE 
ACT RELATED TO SPILLS 

A contaminant is defined as any solid, liquid, gas, 
odour, heat, sound, vibration or radiation resulting 
from the activities of man which may: 

i) impair the quality of the natural environment for 
any use that can be made of it; 
ii) cause injury or damage to property or to plant or 
animal life; 
iii) cause harm or material discomfort to any person; 
iiv) adversely affect the health or impair the safety 
of any person; 
v) render any property or plant or animal life 
unfit for use by man; 
vi) cause loss of enjoyment of normal use of 
property; or, 
vii) interfere with the normal conduct of business. 

In the event of a spill, the discharger of the spilled 
contaminant is required to notify the Ministry of the 
occurrence as quickly as possible. If the discharger 
does not respond to the spill adequately and damage or 
injury occurs to land, water, property or plant life, 
the Minister may issue a Minister's Order which 



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requires the discharger to repair the damage or 
injury. The Minister may also cause the work to be 
done at the expense of the discharger if the 
discharger defaults on the Minister's Order. 

The Act makes it an offence for anyone to give false 
information to the Minister/ a provincial officer or 
any employee of the Ministry in respect of any matter 
under the Act including information pertaining to 
spills . 

Offences under the Act are subject to fines up to 
$5,000 on a first conviction and up to $10,000 on 
subsequent convictions. 

For spill prevention, the Regional Director may issue 
orders requiring those with a potential for spills to 
prepare contingency plans, to have trained staff 
available, to obtain and install monitoring, detection 
and spill alarm devices/ and to construct spill 
prevention facilities. 

4.1.2 PART IX - SPILLS 

Part IX of the EP Act deals with spills of pollutants 
discharged 

- into the natural environment, 

- from or out of a structure, vehicle or other 
container , 



and 



that are abnormal in quantity or quality in 
light of all the circumstances of the discharge 



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s . 145 



s.146 



s. 17 



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and which cause or are likely to cause defined adverse 

effects . 

The major components of the Part are summarized as 
follows : 

Part IX: 

- Establishes prompt and broad notification 
requirements , 

- establishes a duty on the person having charge, 
management or control of the spilled pollutant, 
as well as on the owner, to clean up the spill. 

- Provides for liability for loss and damage as 
well as costs and expenses. 

- Provides for the right of municipalities to 
respond to spills and for their compensation 
from the owner and the person having control of 
the pollutant . 

- Provides for the authority of the Minister to 
have his employees or agents respond to spills 
under certain conditions. 

- Provides for the authority for the Minister to 
issue orders to those liable at law and others 
who may be able to assist. 

- Establishes the right to compensation and a 
compensation mechanism with respect to orders. 

- Establishes a right-of -entry for those with a 
duty, those under order or direction, and 

municipalities for the purpose of carrying out 



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their respective duty, order or role as 
applicable • 

- Provides for the establishment of the 
Environmental Compensation Corporation. 

- Provides for regulations. 

4.2 THE ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

The primary purpose of the Ontario Water Resources Act 
is to provide a mechanism under which water treatment 
plants and sewage treatment plants can be built and 

financed . 



The Act prohibits any person and municipalities from 
discharging any material into any well, reservoir or 
any other watercourse which may impair the quality of 
the water. Spills into wells, reservoirs or any 
watercourses must be reported to the Minister as 
quickly as possible. A Regional Director may by order 
regulate or prohibit the discharge of sewage which 
includes commercial and industrial wastes. 

Offences under the Act provide for fines up to $5,000 
generally and on subsequent convictions for 
discharging a pollutant a fine of up to $10,000 and 
imprisonment up to one year, and for contravening an 
order a fine up to $10,000. 

4.3 THE PESTICIDES ACT 

The Pesticides Act controls the transportation, 
storage and use of pesticides which includes 
herbicides and establishes a licensing mechanism for 
exterminators and vendors of pesticides. 



s.90 

to 

s . 109 

3.136(7) 



3.16(1) 

s. 16(3) 

s.17 

s . 1 

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The Act prohibits the emission or discharge of a 
pesticide which results in greater impairment, injury, 
damage, or harm than would result from the proper use 
of the pesticide. Regional Directors or others named 
under the Act must be notified as quickly as possible 
of spills or unusual discharges of pesticides. The 
discharger of spilled pesticides is required to clean 
and decontaminate the environment. 

The Act authorizes the Minister to issue a Minister's 
Order requiring a discharger to repair damage or 
injury and to cause the work specified in the Order to 
be done at the expense of the discharger if the 
discharger defaults on the Order. 

The Act makes it an offence to give false information 
in respect of any matter under the Act. 

Convictions for any offences may result in fines up to 
$5,000 for the first offence and up to $10,000 for 
subsequent offences. 



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APPENDIX I 
PROVINCIAL RESPONSE TO SPILL CONTINGENCIES 



Initial responsibility for the welfare of residents rests 
with the municipality and a provincial response provides 
assistance in support of actions undertaken by the 
municipality . 

In areas of the Province without a municipal organization, 
the Ontario Provincial Police will provide the primary 
response to emergency situations, i.e., threats to life or 
property. The Ontario Provincial Police is presumed to be 
in charge during the emergency phase and assistance from 
the Ministry of the Environment will be provided as 
outlined in Section 3.3 of these guidelines together with 
the assistance of other provincial and federal resource 
agencies . 

By Or der- in-Council 1487/75 and several later updates, 
Cabinet assigned the responsibility for coordinating the 
response for the Government of Ontario to: 

1. The Solicitor General for peacetime and wartime 
emergencies . 

2. The Minister of the Environment for spills. 

3. Several other agencies, other specified 
responsibilities . 

To deal with the response to spills at the Provincial 
level, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment developed 
the "Province of Ontario Contingency Plan for Spills of 
Oil and other Hazardous Materials." The Plan is supported 
by six other Provincial Ministries and two Federal 



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departments. This Plan is subordinate to emergency plans 
which address the threat to life and property and deals 
with the containment, clean-up and disposal aspects of 
contaminants spilled to the natural environment. 

The Plan may be invoiced by MOE for the containment, 
clean-up and disposal components of a major spill if: 

a) the spill is of a magnitude beyond the response 
capability of the discharger; 

b) the source of a major apill cannot be established 
readily and an immediate response is essential; 
or if, 

c) assistance from the Province is requested. 



The Provincial spill contingency plan may be invoked by 
the Regional Director in any of the Ministry of the 
Environment's Regional or District Offices in accordance 
with the procedures outlined in the Plan. 






Appendix III of these guidelines lists the Ministry's 
Regional and District offices. This contact list may be 
used by those who have reporting obligations as outlined 
in Section 4 of these guidelines. This list can also be 
used for requesting technical assistance from the Ministry 
of the Environment. The Ministry of the Solicitor General 
advises municipalities to use the facilities of the 
Ontario Provincial Police to request assistance from the 
Government of Ontario in the event of an emergency. 

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS 



ROLE 



- Regulate; 

- Monitor, where practical, effects of spills; 

- Monitor cleanup efforts carried out by the 

discharger; 

- Provide advice on clean-up techniques if requested; 



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- Provide advice on disposal practices; 

Together with other resource agencies, provide 
available expertise and monitoring capability, where 
practical, to agencies in charge of emergencies, or 
to other agencies for spills under their 
jurisdiction. 

- Assist in contingency plan formulation. 

ORGANIZATION 

- Staff are normally involved in regulatory, 
abatement, or monitoring functions and investigate 
spill incidents on a rotational basis. 

COMMUNICATIONS AND EQUIPMENT 

Reports of spills can be made to the Ministry's 
regional or district offices during regular office 
hours or to the Ministry's Spills Action Centre at 
any time at 1-80 0-268-6060 (see Appendix III of this 
Supplement) ; 

- Six vans, outfitted with basic personal protective 
gear and monitoring equipment as well as 
medium range communications hardware, including 
portable radios and radio telephones? 

A variety of non-dedicated monitoring equipment 
normally used for air and water monitoring programs 
on an "as available" basis. 

For further information, contact: 

Mr. P.G. Belling, Coordinator 
Contingency Planning Program 
Spills Action Centre 
Ministry of the Environment 
7 Overlea Boulevard 
Toronto, Ontario M4H 1 A8 
Telephone Number: (416) 965-9648 



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APPENDIX II 
FEDERAL RESPONSE TO SPILL CONTINGENCIES 



ENVIRONMENT CANADA 

The Environmental Protection Ontario Region (EP-OR) 
of Environment Canada acts in Ontario in an advisory 
capacity to other federal agencies for spills to the 
environment caused by or affecting entities under 
federal jurisdiction- Their expertise is also 
available to other agencies and spillers- 

The Environmental Contaminants Division of the EP-OR 
will respond to environmental emergencies and 
coordinate the available expertise and resources for 
t he Department of the Environment when: 

(a) the spill originates from federal facilities 
and/or other facilities which fall under federal 
j ur isdiction; 

(b) the pollutant crosses or threatens to cross 
international and/or interprovincial boundaries; 

(c) assistance is requested; and, 

(d) when chemical treating agents are to be 
considered . 

Environment Canada will commit resources during 
emergency situations by providing: 

(e) up-to-date information on c o un t e r m e a s u r e 
techniques, recovery equipment, and chemical 
treating agents; 



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(f) expertise on migratory birds; 

(g) meteorological and ice data including predictions 
and weather forecasting; 

(h) communications assistance through existing 
facilities ; 

SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: ENVIRONMENT CANADA 

ROLE 

- Primarily advisory for spills to land, water or air 
under federal jurisdiction; 

- Provision of chemical data, expertise and advice on 
environmental impact and countermeasur es ; 

- Supervision and monitoring of the clean-up of major 
spills by: 

i) discharger or contractor hired by discharger; 
or, 
ii) contractor hired by EPS if discharger 
defaults ; 

- Coordination of services available from other parts 
of the DOE; 

- Liaison with other related Federal Departments. 

ORGANIZATION 

- Three staff in Ontario dedicated for spill response 
and related activities; 

- Other EPS staff available as necessary. 



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COMMUNICATION AND EQUIPMENT 

- A single 24-hour province-wide number reaches the 
person on duty, by pager; 

- Two-way portable radios for site operations; 

Dedicated staff has SCBA and full protective 
clothing ; 

- Specialized non-dedicated equipment may be available 
from EP Research and Development. 

For further information, contact: 

Mr . R. Booth 

Regional Environmental Emergencies Coordinator 

Environmental Contaminants Division 

Environment Canada 

25 St. Clair Avenue East 

Toronto, Ontario M4T 1 M2 

Telephone Number: (416) 973-5840 (Day) 

(416) 469-7157 (Off-Hour) 

2. TRANSPORT CANADA - CANADIAN COAST GUARD 

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The Department of Transport, through its Central 
Region Marine Emergency Office, within the 
jurisdiction of the Canada Shipping Act , and the 
Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act and the several 
regulations made thereunder, is responsible for: 

1. taking direct and positive action to react to 
spills of oil or other hazardous material relating 
to marine activities occurring in the navigable 
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2. preparing for and reacting to all other marine 
emergencies as may be anticipated within the 
navigable waters of Ontario; 

3. maintaining a support capability with equipment, 
manpower and expertise to assist with such other 
waterborne spills of oil and other hazardous 
material as may be requested by other 
organizations . 

SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: CANADIAN COAST GUARD 

ROLE 

The Marine Emergency Branch has the responsibility to 
provide leadership, guidance and technical advice on 
marine pollution incidents. The Branch is tasked to: 

- in conjunction with Canadian Coast Guard Emergencies 
(Ottawa), evaluate and acquire special emergency 
equipment, develop deployment techniques and conduct 
training programs for Coast Guard District staff and 
the predesignated On-Scene-Commander (OSC); 

- monitor the response operation when the discharger 
and/or his contractor has accepted responsibility 
for clean-up, and take over command of the operation 
if the response does not comply with the 
requirements of the Canada Shipping Act; 

- establish a command structure when the Coast Guard 
is responsible for the clean-up; 

- coordinate post-operational activity; 

- organize and direct the appropriate Coast Guard 
contribution when requested by other government 
agencies ; 

- liaise with other public and commercial agencies who 
may become involved in a marine pollution incident. 



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ORGANIZATION 

- Ten staff dedicated for emergency response and 
related activities. 

- The managers at each Coast Guard Base in the Central 
Region are pr edes i gna ted OSC ' s who maintain 
emergency equipment located in their areas, prepared 
local contingency plans, conduct local emergency 
exercises and liaison with local authorities. 

- Investigation of all pollution incidents is carried 
out separately by the Ship Safety Branch. 

- Other Branches of the CCG provide resources integral 
to the response effort on an "as required" basis. 

COMMUNICATIONS AND EQUIPMENT 

- A 24-hour emergency number reaches the Sarnia 
Traffic Centre at 519-337-6360 (24 hrs.) 

- The area OSC is contacted and he investigates to 
determine if further action is warranted. 

- Emergency and oil spill countermeasure equipment 
maintained at CCG Bases around the Province, 
include, among others; boom, skimmers, sorbent, 
boats, special vehicles, communications equipment, 
marine safety clothing (not chemical), tools and 
equipment . 

- Further logistic support is available from other 
branches of the CCG in the form of communications 
networks, vessels, equipment, manpower and 
expertise . 

For further information, contact: 



Mr. R. Whitehorne, Manager 

Emergency Operations 

Canadian Coast Guard 

Transport Canada 

1 Yonge Street 

Toronto, Ontario M5E 1E5 

Telephone Numbers: (416) 97 3-2 283/30 53 



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3 . TRANSPORT CANADA - CANOTEC 

CANUTEC, the Canadian Transport Emergency Centre 
(Centre Canadien d'urgence transport) established in 
Ottawa by Transport Canada, is designed to provide 
information and communications assistance in case of 
transport emergencies involving dangerous goods such 
as spill, leak, fire or exposure. CANUTEC operates 24 
hours a day, year round and can be contacted at 
(613) 996-6666, collect (Ottawa). 

CANUTEC can link emergency response personnel at the 
scene directly with individuals or organizations who 
can offer technical advice, such as shippers or 
manufacturers of the product or others who handle the 
same product. CANUTEC may be able to arrange on-scene 
assistance from organizations offering emergency 
response programs . 

CANUTEC' s product information bank has been prepared 
primarily for transport emergencies but the centre 
also can provide response information for 
non- transport emergencies involving dangerous goods. 

When an emergency call is received by CANUTEC, the 
Officer on duty attempts to obtain the following 
essential information: 

Caller's Name/organization Help on site/requested 

Call-back number/location Shipper/origin 

Product Identification Manufacturer 

Problem details Carrier 

Type of vehicle/packaging Consignee/destination 

Number of injuries/deaths Call sign/car/tractor/ 

Time/emergency location trailer/flight number 

Environment/local conditions Bill of lading/waybill 

number 



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The CANUTEC officer provides the following information 
about the product: 

- physical properties - action which can be 

- chemical properties taken for the 

- health hazards protection of life, 

property and the 
environment 

- fire and explosion hazards - other available 

information 

CANUTEC has information on approximately 24,000 
products . 

CANUTEC personnel do not go to the scene of an 
emergency, but, if necessary, can activate emergency 
response plans for on-scene assistance. 

For general information contact: 

Head, CANUTEC Services 
Response Operations 
Transport Dangerous Goods 
Transport Canada 
Place De Ville 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1 A 0N5 

Tel: (613) 992-4624 (Information) 



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APPENDIX III 

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT CONTACTS 

REPORTING SPILLS 

Spills must be reported to the Ministry of the Environment 
IMMEDIATELY. 

During normal business hours spills may be reported to the 
Regional or District Offices listed in thi3 appendix. 

Spills may be reported 24 hours every day to the: 

SPILLS ACTION CENTRE 1 -800 -268-6 060 (Toll Free) 

or: (416) 965-9619 
Telecopier: (416) 965-9628 

Address: Ministry of the Environment 
Spills Action Centre 
7 Overlea Blvd., 5th Floor 
TORONTO, Ontario 

M4H 1A8 

REGIONAL AND DISTRICT OFFICES 

Telephone 

Central Regional Office (416) 424-3000 

7 Overlea Blvd., 4th Floor 
TORONTO, Ontario 
M4H 1A8 

Toronto East, Toronto West (416) 424-3000 

6 York-Durham District Offices 

7 Overlea Blvd., 4th Floor 
TORONTO, Ontario 

M4H 1A8 

Barrie District Office (705) 726-1730 

12 Fairview Road 
BARRIE, Ontario 
L4N 4P3 

Halton-Peel District Office (416) 844-5747 
1235 Trafalgar Road, Suite 401 
OAKVILLE, Ontario 
L6H 3P1 

Peterborough District Office (705) 743-2972 
139 George St. North 
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario 
K9J 3G6 

Muskoka-Haliburton (705) 687-3408 

District Office 
Highway 1 1 , South 
Gravenhurst Plaza, 

General Delivery 
GRAVENHURST, Ontario 
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Telephone 



West Central Regional Office (416) 521-7640 

119 King Street West 
12th Floor, P.O. Box 2112 
HAMILTON, Ontario 
LBN 3Z9 

Hamilton-Wentworth and (416) 521-7640 

Haldimand-Norfolk/Brant 

District Offices 

119 King Street West 

9th Floor, P.O. Box 2112 

HAMILTON, Ontario 

L8N 3Z9 

Cambridge District Office (519) 653-1511 
400 Clyde Road 
P.O . Box 219 
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario 
N1R 5T8 

Welland District Office (416) 384-9896 
637-641 Niagara St. North 
WELLAND, Ontario 
L3C 1L9 

Southeastern Regional Office (613) 549-4000 

133 Dalton Avenue 
P.O. Box 820 
KINGSTON, Ontario 
K7L 4X6 

Kingston District Office (613) 549-4000 
133 Dalton Avenue 
P.O. Box 820 
KINGSTON, Ontario 

Belleville Sub-Office (613) 962-9203 

15 Victoria Avenue 
BELLEVILLE, Ontario 
K8N 1 Z5 

Cornwall District Office (613) 933-7402 
205 Amelia Street 
CORNWALL, Ontario 
K6H 1B1 

Ottawa District Office (613) 521-3450 

2378 Holly Lane 

OTTAWA, Ontario 

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Telephone 



Southeastern Regional Office (613) 549-4000 

133 Dalton Avenue 
P.O. Box 320 
KINGSTON, Ontario 

K7L 4X6 

Pembroke Sub-Office (613) 732-3643 

1000 MacKay Street 
PEMBROKE, Ontario 
K8B 1A3 

Southwestern Regional Office (519) 661-2200 

985 Adelaide Street South 
LONDON, Ontario 
N6E 1V3 

London North and (519) 661-2200 

London South District Offices 
985 Adelaide Street South 
LONDON, Ontario 
N6E 1V3 

Chatham Sub-Office (519) 354-2150 

c/o Ministry of 

Agriculture & Food 
435 Grand Avenue West 
P.O. Box 726 
CHATHAM, Ontario 
N7M 5L1 

Clinton Sub-Office (519) 482-3428 

c/o Ministry of 

Agriculture & Food 
P.O. Box 688 
CLINTON, Ontario 
N0M 1L0 

Owen Sound District Office (519) 371-2901 
1 180-20th Street 
OWEN SOUND, Ontario 
N4K 6H6 

Sarnia District Office (519) 336-4030 

265 North Front Street 
Suite 109 
SARNIA, Ontario 
N7T 7X1 

Windsor District Office (519) 254-2546 

250 Windsor Ave., 6th Floor 
WINDSOR, Ontario 
N9A 6V9 



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Northeastern Regional Office 
199 Larch Street, 11th Floor 
SUDBURY, Ontario 
P3E 5P9 



Telephone 
(705) 675-4501 



Sudbury District Office 
199 Larch Street, 11th Floor 
SUDBURY, Ontario 
P3E 5P9 

North Bay District Office 
Northgate Plaza 
1500 Fisher Street 
NORTH BAY, Ontario 
P1B 2H3 

Parry Sound Sub-Office 

74 Church Street 
PARRY SOUND, Ontario 
P2A 1Z1 

Sault Ste. Marie 

District Office 

445 Albert Street East 

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario 
P6A 2J9 

Timtoina District Office 
83 Algonquin Blvd. West 
TIMMINS, Ontario 
P4N 2R4 



(705) 675-4501 



(705) 476-1001 



(705) 746-2139 



(705) 949-4640 



(705) 268-3222 



Northwestern Regional Office 
435 James Street South 
3rd Floor, P.O. Box 5000 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario 
P7C 5G6 



(807) 475-1205 



Thunder Bay District Office 
435 James Street South 
3rd Floor, P.O. Box 5000 
THUNDER BAY, Ontario 
P7C 5G6 

Kenora District Office 
308 Robertson Street 
P.O. Box 5150 
KENORA, Ontario 
P9N 1X9 



(307 ) 475-13 15 



(807) 463-5573 



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